Definition of blimpish in English:

blimpish

adjective

informal
  • See blimp

    • ‘But all the hot air served was to point up the hyper-inflation football elite's smug self-importance and, at the same time, demonstrate what a blimpish dirigible of bluster FIFA's chief Sepp Blatter truly is.’
    • ‘Over the past decade, however, under the blimpish leadership of Brian McMaster, the visual arts have been progressively sidelined.’
    • ‘I began with one of the joggers and was immediately surprised at how enormously blimpish her tummy was.’
    • ‘It didn't help that half my face was swollen to blimpish proportions, either.’
    • ‘But for sheer blimpish offensiveness nothing compares with his remarks about a father who forgave the killers of his daughter who was murdered during the Enniskillen Cenotaph bombing.’

Pronunciation

blimpish

/ˈblɪmpɪʃ/