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Buxom vs Pudgy - What's the difference?

buxom | pudgy |


As adjectives the difference between buxom and pudgy

is that buxom is (of a woman) having a full, voluptuous figure, especially possessing large breasts while pudgy is fat, overweight (pertaining particularly to children), plump; chubby.

Obese vs Pudgy - What's the difference?

obese | pudgy |


As adjectives the difference between obese and pudgy

is that obese is obese while pudgy is fat, overweight (pertaining particularly to children), plump; chubby.

As a noun obese

is an obese person.

Corpulent vs Pudgy - What's the difference?

corpulent | pudgy | Related terms |

Corpulent is a related term of pudgy.


As adjectives the difference between corpulent and pudgy

is that corpulent is large in body; fat; overweight while pudgy is fat, overweight (pertaining particularly to children), plump; chubby.

Paunchy vs Pudgy - What's the difference?

paunchy | pudgy | Related terms |

Paunchy is a related term of pudgy.


As adjectives the difference between paunchy and pudgy

is that paunchy is having a paunch; having a prominent stomach; potbellied while pudgy is fat, overweight (pertaining particularly to children), plump; chubby.

Pudgy vs Burly - What's the difference?

pudgy | burly | Related terms |

Pudgy is a related term of burly.


As adjectives the difference between pudgy and burly

is that pudgy is fat, overweight (pertaining particularly to children), plump; chubby while burly is (usually|of a man) large, well-built, and muscular.

Pudgy vs Elephantine - What's the difference?

pudgy | elephantine | Related terms |

Pudgy is a related term of elephantine.


As adjectives the difference between pudgy and elephantine

is that pudgy is fat, overweight (pertaining particularly to children), plump; chubby while elephantine is .

Squat vs Pudgy - What's the difference?

squat | pudgy |


As adjectives the difference between squat and pudgy

is that squat is relatively short or low and thick or broad while pudgy is fat, overweight (pertaining particularly to children), plump; chubby.

As a noun squat

is a position assumed by bending deeply at the knees while resting on one's feet or squat can be the angel shark (genus squatina ).

As a verb squat

is to bend deeply at the knees while resting on one's feet.

Stout vs Pudgy - What's the difference?

stout | pudgy | Related terms |

Stout is a related term of pudgy.


As a proper noun stout

is .

As an adjective pudgy is

fat, overweight (pertaining particularly to children), plump; chubby.

Rotund vs Pudgy - What's the difference?

rotund | pudgy | Related terms |

Rotund is a related term of pudgy.


As adjectives the difference between rotund and pudgy

is that rotund is having a round or spherical shape; circular; orbicular while pudgy is fat, overweight (pertaining particularly to children), plump; chubby.

Full vs Pudgy - What's the difference?

full | pudgy | Related terms |

Full is a related term of pudgy.


As adjectives the difference between full and pudgy

is that full is foul, rotten while pudgy is fat, overweight (pertaining particularly to children), plump; chubby.

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