(1) His accomplice is white, 5ft 11 in, tubby or of large build, but not as big as the first suspect.(2) A short, tubby man with wire rimmed glasses came waddling out, a fourth grader I recognized from school in front of him.(3) The match pitted a tubby American bloke against a skinny British bloke, both of whom seemed to take an eternity to compose themselves before each shot.(4) Since his medication seems to have made him less energetic and incredibly gluttonous, he's getting rather tubby now.(5) The tubby pooch is helping launch a week-long scheme offering free health checks to pets - particularly those battling with obesity.(6) Right as I was thinking that the door swung open and a small tubby woman came speeding through and sat down on the chair at the other side of the desk.(7) The tubby volunteers will eat low-calorie food prepared by a celebrity chef, work out three times a day, and try to avoid the ├ö├ç├┐temptation fridge├ö├ç├û containing all their favourite fattening snacks.(8) One would think that all those cellos would produce a thick, tubby sound, but Boulez's rhythmic and contrapuntal virtuosity keep the music lively and athletic.(9) The teacher was a short tubby lady with wiry brown hair that was constantly in her face.(10) The defiant stare, too, would have made a subtle effect, emphasised by the averted, pixellated face of the tubby , shorter guard.(11) On the other hand, this will not be a great night for couture designers; Jack is a driven character, but also short, tubby and bedraggled, heedless of fashion's demands.(12) At first we didn't have a lot in common: he's a middle aged east African Asian with a knowing smile, while I'm a tubby ham-fisted writer without much sense of the world.(13) Even as the tubby principal shouted, doors smacked against the walls and a horde of young teenagers filled the immediate area.(14) The door was opened by a short tubby girl with spectacles.(15) We paused to scrutinise tree tops for the green, blue and yellow birds, and were rewarded by several pairs of the tubby ungainly fowl.(16) The Stokowski recording is a bit tubby here but it is an exciting performance.