(1) Sometimes too portly to actually star on-screen, he often provided a smooth-toned voiceover for more handsome leading men.(2) Callista eyed the two portly cooks sceptically.(3) With an oversized sweater hanging from his portly frame, Peterson waved and flashed a forced grin as the crowd applauded politely.(4) A portly British statesman once famously said that ├ö├ç├┐democracy is based on reason and fair play.├ö├ç├û(5) In fact, I'm still a portly person, but I don't have any sympathy for those who blame others for their own poor choices, or the bad choices of their parents.(6) Jenkins neglected to mention one key argument, though: Americans are a portly group.(7) Our tester was burdened with a 10-pound snowboard strapped to his already portly pack.(8) ├ö├ç├┐It used to be a story that made us weep only,├ö├ç├û said Nabih al-Ibrahim, 42, a portly civil engineer running for a city council seat.(9) He was the heir to his father - the portly county sheriff whose duty to protect and serve was best carried out drinking coffee at the local lumber yard and surprising an occasional joy-riding youth.(10) Frankel leaned his portly , balding, middle-age frame against a wall while he studied the past performance statistics of the horses in the fifth.(11) Her portly body was perched on a small stool precariously, looking like she would fall off if she shifted even slightly.(12) Also I realized Heather would be there and while I love her, she's very tall and when I am around tall people I feel extremely portly .(13) Lasse, a pale and portly businessman, is abruptly fired from his job after 30 years of service and 14 years without a missed day.(14) Jack has the body of a portly , suited figure much given to lunching.(15) Jack's portly wife, Bertha, invited Laurie to supper, and Laurie was delighted to hear stories that Jack told of being trail boss on his own cattle drives.(16) We also had a memorable discussion about the portly professor Natalie had in school who was actually from Transylvania.