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Definition of Squatly
1. squat [adv] - See also: squat
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Literary usage of Squatly
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1. A History of British Birds by Thomas Bewick, Ralph Beilby, Henry Cotes (1816)
"They are a broad, long-bodied, and flat-backed kind of birds, and swim very squatly on the water, the body seeming nearly submerged, with only the head and ..."
2. Writing of Today: Models of Journalistic Prose by Gerhard Richard Lomer (1919)
"The squadron was revealed to then in a thick swarm at the tail of me as a series of dark gray shapes, squatly the Grand Fleet were the destroyers, ..."
3. A Sister to Evangeline: Being the Story of Yvonne de Lamourie, and how She by Charles George Douglas Roberts (1898)
"... most venerable apple-trees, and wearing a conscious air of benignant supervision, rose the church of Grand Pre, somewhat squatly capacious in the body, ..."
4. The Potters' Quarter: The Pottery by Agnes Newhall Stillwell, J. L. Benson (1984)
"Shape rather similar to that of 1871, as stated above, but its affinity to the more squatly proportioned 1875 is also evident from juxtaposition. ..."
5. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1903)
"The captain had been changing ten of her scant store of English guineas into Spanish dollars, which now sat squatly before her in a canvas bag. ..."
6. Broadway by John Barrett Kerfoot (1911)
"We are apt, when we think at all of the early Dutch village of New Amsterdam, to think of it as sitting squatly and ..."