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。
-- Ev-erything was perfectly new, and the whole thing, when shut up, was as big as a small, but fat weekend bag.
-- You'll be sick o' yer continuity afore yer a fat sight older.
-- She could read after a sort; and picked out the fat figures in the tickets of prices, for the most part correctly.
-- This touch and go young Barnacle had 'got up' the Department in a private secretaryship, that he might be ready for any little bit of fat that came to hand; and he fully understood the Department to be a politico-diplomatic hocus pocus piece of machinery for the assistance of the nobs in keeping off the snobs.
-- 'Unnecessary to pursue the subject,' returned Flora, 'and would not have mentioned it on any account except as supposing it a favourable and only letter of introduction but as to being fact no doubt whatever and you may set your mind at rest for the very dress I have on now can prove it and sweetly made though there is no denying that it would tell better on a better figure for my own is much too fat though how to bring it down I know not, pray excuse me I am roving off again.'
-- 'You prefer their plenty to your less fat living here,' she rejoined.
-- Bleeding Heart Yard had been harrowed by Mr Pancks, and cropped by Mr Casby, at the regular seasons; Mr Pancks had taken all the drudgery and all the dirt of the business as his share; Mr Casby had taken all the profits, all the ethereal vapour, and all the moonshine, as his share; and, in the form of words which that benevolent beamer generally employed on Saturday evenings, when he twirled his fat thumbs after striking the week's balance, 'everything had been satisfactory to all parties all parties satisfactory, sir, to all parties.'
-- Jo liked his good breeding, and didn't mind having a laugh at Aunt March, so she gave him a lively description of the fidgety old lady, her fat poodle, the parrot that talked Spanish, and the library where she reveled.
-- He left it in a great lonely field, where it was found by a...' 'Little goose girl, who kept a hundred fat geese in the field,' said Amy, when Sallie's invention gave out.
-- She had to wash the cups every morning, and polish up the old-fashioned spoons, the fat silver teapot, and the glass-es till they shone.
-- There was the garnet set which Aunt March wore when she came out, the pearls her father gave her on her wedding day, her lover's diamonds, the jet mourning rings and pins, the queer lockets, with portraits of dead friends and weeping willows made of hair inside, the baby bracelets her one little daughter had worn, Uncle March's big watch, with the red seal so many childish hands had played with, and in a box all by itself lay Aunt March's wed-ding ring, too small now for her fat finger, but put carefully away like the most precious jewel of them all.
-- It was not at all romantic, but a hearty laugh set every-body straight again, for Hannah was discovered behind the door, sobbing over the fat turkey, which she had forgotten to put down when she rushed up from the kitchen.
-- Grand snoozing to-night, maty; fat night for that.
-- He is the great prize ox of the sea, too fat to be delicately good.
-- And what do you pick your teeth with, after devouring that fat goose?
-- It is very fat and tender, and apt to tear in pieces in hoisting it on deck.
-- Now when these poor sun-burnt mariners, bare-footed, and with their trowsers rolled high up on their eely legs, had wearily hauled their fat fish high and dry, promising themselves a good 脗拢150 from the precious oil and bone; and in fantasy sipping rare tea with their wives, and good ale with their cronies, upon the strength of their respective shares; up steps a very learned and most Christian and charitable gentleman, with a copy of Blackstone under his arm; and laying it upon the whale's head, he says "Hands off!this fish, my masters, is a Fast-Fish.
-- Now, Mr. Bumble was a fat man, and a choleric; so, instead of responding to this open-hearted salutation in a kindred spirit, he gave the little wicket a tremendous shake, and then bestowed upon it a kick which could have emanated from no leg but a beadle's.
-- He had no time to think about the matter, however; for Mr. Bumble gave him a tap on the head, with his cane, to wake him up: and another on the back to make him lively: and bidding him to follow, conducted him into a large white-washed room, where eight or ten fat gentlemen were sitting round a table.
-- At the top of the table, seated in an arm -chair rather higher than the rest, was a particularly fat gentleman with a very round, red face.
-- The old lady tenderly bade him good-night shortly afterwards, and left him in charge of a fat old woman who had just come: bringing with her, in a little bundle, a small Prayer Book and a large nightcap.
-- 'Here's a delicious fat one, Noah, dear!'
-- The venison was roasted to a turn and everybody said they never saw so fat a haunch.
-- He reached down in his hip pocket and took out a fat purse.