tubby

Big vs Tubby - What's the difference?

big | tubby | Related terms |

Big is a related term of tubby.


As nouns the difference between big and tubby

is that big is a biological insulation garment; an air-tight, full-body suit intended to prevent the spread of contaminants while tubby is (pejorative|slang|often used teasingly) an overweight person.

As an adjective tubby is

stout, rotund.

Tubby vs Bulky - What's the difference?

tubby | bulky | Related terms |

Tubby is a related term of bulky.


As adjectives the difference between tubby and bulky

is that tubby is stout, rotund while bulky is being large in size, mass, or volume.

As a noun tubby

is (pejorative|slang|often used teasingly) an overweight person.

Tony vs Tubby - What's the difference?

tony | tubby |


As adjectives the difference between tony and tubby

is that tony is stylish, high-toned, upscale while tubby is stout, rotund.

As nouns the difference between tony and tubby

is that tony is (archaic) a simpleton while tubby is (pejorative|slang|often used teasingly) an overweight person.

Tubby vs Burly - What's the difference?

tubby | burly | Related terms |

Tubby is a related term of burly.


As adjectives the difference between tubby and burly

is that tubby is stout, rotund while burly is (usually|of a man) large, well-built, and muscular.

As a noun tubby

is (pejorative|slang|often used teasingly) an overweight person.

Portly vs Tubby - What's the difference?

portly | tubby | Synonyms |

Portly is a synonym of tubby.


As adjectives the difference between portly and tubby

is that portly is somewhat fat, pudgy, overweight while tubby is stout, rotund.

As a noun tubby is

(pejorative|slang|often used teasingly) an overweight person.

Tubby vs Paunchy - What's the difference?

tubby | paunchy |


As adjectives the difference between tubby and paunchy

is that tubby is stout, rotund while paunchy is having a paunch; having a prominent stomach; potbellied.

As a noun tubby

is (pejorative|slang|often used teasingly) an overweight person.

Tubby vs Endomorphic - What's the difference?

tubby | endomorphic | Related terms |

Tubby is a related term of endomorphic.


As adjectives the difference between tubby and endomorphic

is that tubby is stout, rotund while endomorphic is of or pertaining to an endomorph.

As a noun tubby

is (pejorative|slang|often used teasingly) an overweight person.

Stocky vs Tubby - What's the difference?

stocky | tubby | Related terms |

Stocky is a related term of tubby.


As adjectives the difference between stocky and tubby

is that stocky is (of a person or an animal) sturdy; solidly built; heavy and compact while tubby is stout, rotund.

As a noun tubby is

(pejorative|slang|often used teasingly) an overweight person.

Obese vs Tubby - What's the difference?

obese | tubby |


As adjectives the difference between obese and tubby

is that obese is obese while tubby is stout, rotund.

As nouns the difference between obese and tubby

is that obese is an obese person while tubby is (pejorative|slang|often used teasingly) an overweight person.

Substantial vs Tubby - What's the difference?

substantial | tubby | Related terms |

Substantial is a related term of tubby.


As adjectives the difference between substantial and tubby

is that substantial is having to substance; actually existing; real; as, substantial life while tubby is stout, rotund.

As nouns the difference between substantial and tubby

is that substantial is anything having substance; an essential part while tubby is (pejorative|slang|often used teasingly) an overweight person.

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