fat是一个雅思常考词汇，这个词的常用解释为a. 多脂肪的， 肥胖的； 丰厚的n. 脂肪， 肥肉，这个词在很多英文原版小说中怎么应用呢，今天小编就带您了解一下。
-- 'No,' said a great fat man with a monstrous chin,' I don't know much about it, either way.
-- Walled in by houses; overrun by grass and weeds, the growth of vegetation's death, not life; choked up with too much burying; fat with repleted appetite.
-- Your deeds got into extemporised strong-rooms made of kitchens and sculleries, and fretted all the fat out of their parchments into the banking-house air.
-- cried the children, drawing a little fat man towards the Tree.
-- Were you never in the larder, where cheeses lie on the shelves, and hams hang from above; where one dances about on tallow candles: that place where one enters lean, and comes out again fat and portly?'
-- They had the most wondrous shapes; some looked like large ugly porcu-pines; others like snakes knotted together, with their heads sticking out; and others, again, like small fat bears, with the hair standing on end: all were of dazzling whiteness all were living snow-flakes.
-- Chapter 19 When Anna went into the room, Dolly was sitting in the little drawing-room with a white-headed fat little boy, already like his father, giving him a lesson in French reading.
-- His mother had several times taken his hand from it, but the fat little hand went back to the button again.
-- The husband of Princess Betsy, a good-natured fat man, an ardent collector of engravings, hearing that his wife had visitors, came into the drawing room before going to his club.
-- The fat old Tatar, Madame Karenina's coachman, was with difficulty holding one of her pair of grays, chilled with the cold and rearing at the entrance.
-- he said, lighting a fat cigar after the roast.
-- A fat old man and dirty and unvirtuous was the Doc; his grammar was doubtful, his vocabulary alarming, and his references to his rival, good Dr. Needham, were scandalous; yet he invoked in Martin a vision of making chemicals explode with much noise and stink and of seeing animalcules that no boy in Elk Mills had ever beheld.
-- Clif Clawson, who combined a brisk huckstering with his jokes, sold to Fatty for four dollars a History of Medicine which he had bought, second- hand, for two, and while Fatty never read it, never conceivably could read it, the possession of the fat red book made him feel learned.
-- It would be better to experiment on that fat young man.")
-- She dropped her piano lessons, discharged the maid, studied the cook-book, and prepared for him the fat crisp dishes that he loved.
-- When there was news of a "big game on," the county sports dropped in silently and went to work--the sewing-machine agent from Leopolis, the undertaker from Vanderheide's Grove, the bootlegger from St. Luke, the red fat man from Melody who had no known profession.
-- They were fat and red, with black nails.
-- Raskolnikov felt furious; he had a sud-den longing to insult this fat dandy in some way.
-- 'He must be a big, fat man,' thought Raskolnikov, squeezing the axe in his hand.
-- She was a wom-an of forty, not at all bad-looking, fat and buxom, with black eyes and eyebrows, good-natured from fatness and laziness, and absurdly bashful.
-- 192 Crime and PunishmentChapter IV ossimov was a tall, fat man with a puffy, colourless, clean-Zshaven face and straight flaxen hair.
-- To this day, 56when I look upon the fat black letters in the primer, the puzzlingnovelty of their shapes, and the easy good-nature of O and Q andS, seem to present themselves again before me as they used to do.
-- A cloggy sensation of the lukewarm fat of meat is uponme (we dined an hour or two ago), and my head is as heavy as somuch lead.
-- He was so fat that he was obliged to pant some time beforehe could say'That's right.'