use potbellied in a sentence.
This cast iron creation was also called the potbellied stove.
You don't often run across a hard-boiled literary PI who's potbellied, recovers from a beating by pigging out on baked beans and complains to a client's girlfriend that her clothes smell bad when what he's actually reacting to is the cologne she carefully picked out for the day.
Now Father was potbellied and balding and fierce, and Jane was more than a little afraid of him.
In the past, "toasted skin syndrome" has occurred in workers whose jobs require being close to a heat source, including bakers and glass blowers, and, before central heating, in people who huddled near potbellied stoves to stay warm.
Growing up, we had bunnies, potbellied pigs, puppies, kitties, ducks, chickens … we had it all – (not all at once, of course) – and we also had the BEIGE carpet … oy vey!