Definition of Squatty

1. Adjective. Short and thick; as e.g. having short legs and heavy musculature. "A stumpy ungainly figure"

Exact synonyms: Chunky, Dumpy, Low-set, Squat, Stumpy
Similar to: Little, Short
Derivative terms: Dumpiness, Squatness, Squattiness



Definition of Squatty

1. a. Squat; dumpy.

Definition of Squatty

1. Adjective. Somewhat squat. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Squatty

1. squat [adj -TIER, -TIEST] - See also: squat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squatty

squattered
squattering
squatters
squattest
squattier
squattiest
squattily
squattiness
squatting
squattings
squattle
squattled
squattles
squattocracies
squattocracy
squatty
squaw
squaw-bush
squaw corn
squaw huckleberry
squaw man
squaw root
squawberries
squawberry
squawbush
squawbushes
squawfish
squawfishes
squawk

Literary usage of Squatty

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1. Clinical Cardiology by Selian Neuhof (1917)
"A. Horizontally Disposed (Squatty) Hearts. — If from any cause the heart lies abnormally flat upon the diaphragm, the ventricles are apt to be ' disposed ..."

2. England from a Back-window: With Views of Scotland and Ireland by James Montgomery Bailey (1878)
"Every room in the low, squatty Gordon Arms, and in the low, squatty Richmond Arms, was filled, as were also the stairways, with people. ..."

3. The Book Buyer by Charles Scribner's Sons (1893)
"Mine is a precious but squatty little book. It looks as though the publishers had pared down the margin in an economical fit, or in order that no one should ..."

4. The American Amateur Photographer (1902)
"You people make your figures too squatty. You think that you don't do it, that your camera does it. You notice the first lady or gentleman whom you see ..."

5. James Macdonell, Journalist by William Robertson Nicoll (1890)
"Every room in the low, squatty Gordon Arms, and in the low, squatty Richmond Arms, was filled, as were also the stairways, with people. ..."

6. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1902)
"You people make your ligures too squatty. You think that you don't do it, that your camera does it. You notice the first lady or gentleman whom you see ..."

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