Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Podgy \Podg"y\, a. Fat and short; pudgy.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1846, later collateral form of pudgy (q.v.).
a. Slightly fat.
Usage examples of "podgy".
The drome was lurching towards her, podgy white fingers grasping the air.
But already de Batz had quickly joined his friend, and his smooth, pleasant voice, and podgy, beringed hand extended towards Mlle.
Richard blushed, and his eyes sought something else to stare at other photographs, framed and hung, of grinning or glowering movie stars: examples, like the loaf-shaped paper-napkin dispensers and the fluted sugar-pours and the podgy old jukebox, of the eminently exportable culture to which the Canal Creperie had dedicated itself.
The podgy specimen one step ahead of him represented the Pertane Model Rocket Builders Club.