Flabby in a sentence as an adjective

Are our systems large and flabby enough to fall apart from within under their own weight?

I could out-run, out-squat, out-jump any crossfit contender I met; and I was still kind of flabby.

"If we were to nitpick style, we'd say that the double negative is unnecessary, and that "It's..." construction is flabby.

You can do everything with s-Expression but if it just your new language for doing X, you'll putting forward your purpose in a loose, flabby way.

Whatever were they thinking introducing flabby delays between stick movements and control surfaces?

Aside from their flabby souls, their physicality aesthetically disgusts us,

A wise man once said:when you have a flabby culture of consensus that rejects those who offend the few, that’s exactly what you’re going to get: risk-minimizers, not excellence-maximizers.

Rather then using public money to create and prop up jobs, and a tax merry go round, they use the cheaper and easier legal system to prop up inefficient flabby tax and job creating and maintenance schemes.

Flabby definitions


out of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance; "he was too soft for the army"; "flabby around the middle"; "flaccid cheeks"

See also: soft flaccid