1 Bea, the chubby and humming Bea, impartially gave cookies and scoldings to both children, and if Carol refused a cup of coffee and a wafer of buttered knackebrod, she was desolated.
2 They accepted without murmuring what she chose to give them, each holding out two chubby hands scoop-like, in the vain hope that they might be filled; and then away they went.
3 With the other chubby fist he rubbed his eyes, which were heavy with sleep and ill humor.
4 The boy drew his chubby face down to a formidable length, and commenced toning a psalm tune through his nose, with imperturbable gravity.
5 I was chubby myself, and ought to know.
David Copperfield By Charles DickensContext Highlight In CHAPTER 7. MY 'FIRST HALF' AT SALEM HOUSE
6 In the trap sat the chubby, tightly belted clerk who served Ryabinin as coachman.
7 Fat Reuben's little chubby girl came, with golden face and old-gold hair, faithful and solemn.
8 Now Sears, whom we met next lolling under the chubby oak-trees, was of quite different fibre.
9 A rosy, chubby, sunshiny little soul was Daisy, who found her way to everybody's heart, and nestled there.
10 He was addressing his servant, a chubby young fellow, with whitish down on his chin, and little, lack-lustre eyes.
11 Her form was the perfection of childish beauty, without its usual chubbiness and squareness of outline.