Definition of blubbery in English:

blubbery

adjective

  • See blubber

    • ‘Overweight, blubbery, unfit bodies are no great advantage at 19,000 feet and so the bodies were whipped into (some sort of) shape.’
    • ‘I was a little bit blubbery, to be honest, but Chelsea was all excited.’
    • ‘Those huge, rubbery, blubbery, slobbering slabs of meat; oh, it was just gross!’
    • ‘And every town on the route seemed to produce at least one blubbery streaker, sliding along the ice on his bum, to relieve the waits between passing groups of skaters.’
    • ‘I've said before that my metabolism wavers sinuously between stallion and walrus, and I've been getting noticeably blubbery in recent months.’

Pronunciation

blubbery

/ˈblʌbəri/