1‘Allen was in his early fifties and somewhat overweight’
fat, obese, morbidly obese, stout, corpulent, gross, fleshy, plump, portly, chubby, rotund, podgy, roly-poly, paunchy, pot-bellied, beer-bellied, bloated, flabby, Falstaffian, big, large, ample, well fed, well upholstered, well padded, broad in the beam, bulky, outsize, massive, heavy
informal porky, pudgy, tubby, blubbery, poddy
British informal fubsy
North American informal lard-assed
skinny, scrawny, thin, undernourished
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.