Noun(1) an insulating layer of fat under the skin of whales and other large marine mammals; used as a source of oil(2) excess bodily weight
Verb(1) cry or whine with snuffling(2) utter while crying
(1) In other words, there's more to whales and sharks than blubber and dorsal fins; and the sooner we acknowledge this, the longer we may last in the evolutionary game of snakes-and-ladders.(2) Fourteen years later, Norway is preparing to resume the international trade in whale meat with a 10 ton shipment of meat and blubber from minke whales destined for Iceland.(3) Yet the movement of his blubber lips, closely pressed together, showed clearly that he could not understand a word.(4) But that business is encountering its own problems, specifically a bottleneck in processing seal blubber for nutritional supplements.(5) The answer is all too mundane: The blobs are old whale blubber .(6) The smell of the sea was in the air as picnickers feasted on sun-dried halibut, muktuk, whale blubber , and Greenland raisin cake.(7) A word every prep fears, due to the fact they hate seeing a little bit of blubber on anyone, especially themselves.(8) In my case, in addition to my belly, my chest was still misshaped from carrying too much blubber .(9) Usually a scientist shows up and says of course it's├ö├ç┬¬ whale blubber and covers it up.(10) The name was coined by whalers, who considered the species the ├ö├ç├┐right├ö├ç├û whale to hunt because its blubber makes dead whales float, aiding recovery of the carcass.(11) I decided to do it just because I have lived with a little too much blubber around my middle for my entire life although the rest of me is quite lean and fat-less.(12) Maybe then I'll lose some of my blubber , 'cause really you didn't have much to lose, sweet cheeks.(13) No, not fat as in gross blubber bouncing around my waist and stuff; it's just that I think I'm about a few pounds heavier than I was when I was really fit in first year.(14) Whale meat and blubber is shared out locally, and a small amount is sold to pay for the upkeep of boats.(15) She pouted out t her blubber -lips, as if to bellows up wind and sputter in her horse-nostrils; and her chin was curdled, and more than usually prominent with passion.(16) At this point I am taking a coffee break as I retch once again at the thought of whale blubber sitting unhappily in my oesophagus.
(1) blubber out :: アウト脂身
1. fat ::
3. cry ::
4. blub ::
5. blubber out ::
Different Formsblubber, blubbered, blubbering, blubbers, blubbery
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