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1. Mr Steed was middle-aged and paunchy, with deep shadows under his eyes.
2. And if a pooch gets a little paunchy with all this pampering then put him on a health kick.
3. With a smock artfully covering his paunchy frame, Pavarotti, 56, burst into golden-toned song.
4. But the poor paunchy guy had been stuffed into a jumpsuit from which he seemed to gasp for air.
5. John, slightly paunchy with a beard, was into steam trains - he took photos of them.
6. Mr Stead was middle-aged and paunchy, with deep shadows under his eyes and square rimless glasses.
7. You are just a little bit chubby, not paunchy.
8. And now Po, the company's paunchy kung-fu panda, has been tapped to help promote the health benefits of tofu.
9. Lt. Heilig, a slightly paunchy man in his forties, listened carefully, asked a few questions, then gave an order to his subaltern, a strapping young sergeant: "Hugo, notify the mountain rescue."
10. I won't see a seedier , paunchy version of him on the senior tennis circuit a few years from now.
11. Even if one day you become a paunchy, hair fall out of people,(sentence dictionary) and I still love you.
12. He was a heavy man, paunchy, with a lined, kind face.
13. Hundreds of paunchy , white-haired, bearded men descended upon Key West for the contest to try and embody the great man.
14. As medicine continues to advance, the paunchy may lead longer lives.
15. You certainly wouldn't see many paunchy, balding, older guys on TV.
16. For every stunning, smart, well-coiffed, hot woman over 50, there is a bald[sentencedict.com], paunchy relic in yellow pants making a fool of himself with some 22-year old waitress.
17. I asked for clean, athletic, smiling. She sent me dirty, tired and paunchy.
18. The door was flung open and there rushed in a paunchy middle-aged man, with inch-long hair cut close to his head.
19. He reportedly suffered a stroke last summer and in rare appearances since has looked a shadow of his former paunchy self.
20. Mr. Smith, (alias, as will be the case with all names) is a tall, slightly paunchy, and extremely proud man of 48.
21. I asked for clean, athletic, smiling; she sent me dirty, tired and paunchy.
22. Today, astronauts are just as likely to be mild-mannered, nerdy and aging — and possibly balding and paunchy.