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embonpoint (n.)

"plumpness," 1751, from French embonpoint "fullness, plumpness" (16c.), from Old French phrase en bon point, literally "in good condition." Often a euphemism for "fatness." Middle English had the phrase in translation as in good point "in good condition, healthy, fortunate" (late 14c.).

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Definitions of embonpoint from WordNet
1
embonpoint (n.)
the bodily property of being well rounded;
Synonyms: plumpness / roundness
2
embonpoint (adj.)
sufficiently fat so as to have a pleasing fullness of figure;
Synonyms: chubby / plump
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