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Use "fatter" in a sentence
"This gas tax would cut into the highway trust fund which the tax supports, a loss of $9 billion over the summer, resulting in fatter profits margins for the oil companies."
"The loss of water in cooking varies inversely with the fatness of the meat; that is, the fatter the meat the smaller the shrinkage due to loss of water."
"The extra channels mean more channel assignment options, making deployment and management simpler, and give the option for merging two standard 20 MHz channels into one "fatter" 40 MHz channel, to boost throughput, with plenty of channel options remaining."