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。
-- 'My head is ringing like a bee tree,' said a sullen little voice over their heads, and Mowgli slid down a tree trunk very angry and indignant, adding as he reached the ground: 'I come for Bagheera and not for thee, fat old Baloo!'
-- The man stared, and ran back up the one street of the village shouting for the priest, who was a big, fat man dressed in white, with a red and yellow mark on his forehead.
-- Sea Catch sunk his head proudly between his fat shoul-ders and pretended to go to sleep for a few minutes, but all the time he was keeping a sharp lookout for a fight.
-- The sounds of the battle were over, and they had fed fat their ancient grudge, and had avenged their recent quarrel with the Mengwe, by the destruction of a whole community.
-- As the enraptured Ichabod fancied all this, and as he rolled his great green eyes over the fat meadow lands, the rich fields of wheat, of rye, of buckwheat, and Indian corn, and the orchards burdened with ruddy fruit, which surrounded the warm tenement of Van Tassel, his heart yearned after the damsel who was to inherit these domains, and his imagination expanded with the idea, how they might be readily turned into cash, and the money invested in immense tracts of wild land, and shingle palaces in the wilderness.
-- He was a fat little man, with short legs, young still he could not have been more than thirty but prematurely bald.
-- He reminded you of those jolly, fat merchants that Rubens painted.
-- When the fat man had left I said:"Dirk Stroeve thinks you're a great artist."
-- He was constantly offending Dirk Stroeve so bitterly that he flung away, vowing he would never speak to him again; but there was a solid force in Strickland that attracted the fat Dutchman against his will, so that he came back, fawning like a clumsy dog, though he knew that his only greeting would be the blow he dreaded.
-- I imagined him with his fat little legs trying to keep up with her.
-- The engineer intended to manufacture soap as soon as he could procure the necessary materials soda or potash, fat or oil.
-- Already flocks of birds had attacked the mass of flesh, and had to be driven away with stones, for Cyrus wished to keep the fat for the use of the colony.
-- Neb and Pencroft had taken away the fat from the dugong, and placed it in large earthen pots.
-- It was then necessary to separate the glycerine from the fat by saponifying it.
-- This obtained, the engineer treated the fat with soda, which gave both a soluble soap and that neutral substance, glycerine.
-- He was quite tired out with pacing the streets, to say nothing of repeated disappointments, and was sitting down upon a step to rest, when there approached towards him a little clattering jingling four-wheeled chaise, drawn by a little obstinate-looking rough-coated pony, and driven by a little fat placid-faced old gentleman.
-- The public-house was kept by a fat old landlord and landlady who made no objection to receiving their new guests, but praised Nelly's beauty and were at once prepossessed in her behalf.
-- The glow of the fire was upon the landlord's bald head, and upon his twinkling eye, and upon his watering mouth, and upon his pimpled face, and upon his round fat figure.
-- 'It'll be done to a turn,' said the landlord looking up to the clock and the very clock had a colour in its fat white face, and looked a clock for jolly Sandboys to consult 'it'll be done to a turn at twenty-two minutes before eleven.'
-- When Nell knew all about Mr Packlemerton, and could say it without faltering, Mrs Jarley passed on to the fat man, and then to the thin man, the tall man, the short man, the old lady who died of dancing at a hundred and thirty-two, the wild boy of the woods, the woman who poisoned fourteen families with pickled walnuts, and other historical characters and interesting but misguided individuals.
-- "Walk in, Your Excellency, you are expected," said the fat porter, pushing open the swinging, oaken door of the entrance.
-- Although Nekhludoff had often dined with and knew Korchagin well, this evening his old face, his sensual, smacking lips, the napkin stuck under his vest, the fat neck, and especially the well-fed, military figure made an unpleasant impression on him.
-- But the red-haired woman only came nearer, and Korableva gave her a push on the open, fat breast.
-- His face was as fat and red, his dress as excellent as when he served in the army.