Bloated [adjective]

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So, I chose “Dallas,” the iconic nighttime ’80s-era drama about the Ewings, a Texas family bloated with ambition, pride, sexual shenanigans, revenge and money.

Yet the 21st century’s most ruthlessly efficient retailer has been trying for several years now to gain a bigger foothold in the bloated, borderline nonsensical health system of the world’s richest nation.

They’d heard politicians pay lip service to caring for American families and American children while raiding school budgets to pay for bloated favors to lobbyists and campaign contributors.

Chuck was quarterback-handsome and courtly, in contrast to bloated, prickly Lucius.

The bloated enemy, as regards Scotland, was dead before Dr. Campbell had ever penned a line.

He has become the demigod of the bloated manufacturing, mining, and landlord interests throughout the country.

Even the deep, burning eyes seemed set amongst swollen flesh, for the lids and pouches underneath were bloated.

According to degree of exposure, their faces were bloated and black or yellow and shrunken.

His bloated face betrayed him an inveterate drunkard; his staring little eyes blinked humbly.

Its neck is ample and bloated, and when distended in excitement reminds one of a pouter-pigeon.