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 for fatty
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Fatty \Fat"ty\, a.
     Containing fat, or having the qualities of fat; greasy;
     gross; as, a fatty substance.
     [1913 Webster]
     Fatty acid (Chem.), any one of the paraffin series of
        monocarbonic acids, as formic acid, acetic, etc.; -- so
        called because the higher members, as stearic and palmitic
        acids, occur in the natural fats, and are themselves
        fatlike substances.
     Fatty clays. See under Clay.
     Fatty degeneration (Med.), a diseased condition, in which
        the oil globules, naturally present in certain organs, are
        so multiplied as gradually to destroy and replace the
        efficient parts of these organs.
     Fatty heart, Fatty liver, etc. (Med.), a heart, liver,
        etc., which have been the subjects of fatty degeneration
        or infiltration.
     Fatty infiltration (Med.), a condition in which there is an
        excessive accumulation of fat in an organ, without
        destruction of any essential parts of the latter.
     Fatty tumor (Med.), a tumor consisting of fatty or adipose
        tissue; lipoma.
        [1913 Webster]

From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

      adj 1: containing or composed of fat; "fatty food"; "fat tissue"
             [syn: fatty, fat] [ant: fat-free, fatless,
      n 1: a rotund individual [syn: fatso, fatty, fat person,
           roly-poly, butterball] [ant: scrag, skin and bones,
           thin person]

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  38 Moby Thesaurus words for "fatty":
     adipose, blimp, blubbery, buttery, butyraceous, chrismal,
     chrismatory, fat, greasy, heavy, heavyweight, hippo, lardaceous,
     lardy, lump, mucoid, oily, oleaginous, oleic, potbelly, rich,
     roly-poly, sebaceous, sleek, slick, slippery, smooth, soapy, suety,
     swagbelly, tallowy, tub, tub of lard, tun, unctuous, unguent,
     unguentary, unguentous

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