Definition of Squattiness

1. Noun. A short and stout physique.

Exact synonyms: Dumpiness
Generic synonyms: Body-build, Build, Habitus, Physique
Derivative terms: Dumpy, Dumpy, Squatty



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squattiness

squaterole
squatly
squatness
squatnesses
squats
squatted
squatter
squatter camp
squattered
squattering
squatters
squattest
squattier
squattiest
squattily
squattiness (current term)
squatting
squattings
squattle
squattled
squattles
squattocracies
squattocracy
squatty
squaw
squaw-bush
squaw corn
squaw grass
squaw huckleberry
squaw man

Literary usage of Squattiness

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1. A History of European and American Sculpture from the Early Christian Period by Chandler Rathfon Post (1921)
"... representing scenes from Genesis and absolutely Roman in its "squattiness" and obtuseness to delicacy of detail; the similar frieze on Notre Dame des ..."

2. Through Our Unknown Southwest: The Wonderland of the United States-- Little by Agnes Christina Laut (1913)
"The ranch house may be of adobe and look squatty; but remember that adobe squattiness is the best protection against wind and heat; and inside, ..."

3. Through Our Unknown Southwest: The Wonderland of the United States-- Little by Agnes Christina Laut (1913)
"The ranch house may be of adobe and look squatty; but remember that adobe squattiness is the best protection against wind and heat; and inside, ..."

4. Light on the Old Testament from Babel by Albert Tobias Clay (1906)
"There is a lack of animation in the face, and a heaviness and a squattiness of the form, which is not at all pleasing, especially when compared with the ..."

5. Lives of Famous Indian Chiefs, from Cofachiqui, the Indian Princess, and by Norman Barton Wood (1906)
"... he might be a trifle taller for artistic effect, but his apparent 'squattiness' is due more to great girth of chest than to diminutive stature. ..."

6. Parks: Their Design, Equipment and Use by George Burnap (1916)
"... in order to prevent its having an undue appearance of depression or squattiness; while a broad expanse of park bordered by comparatively low buildings ..."

7. Parks: Their Design, Equipment and Use by George Burnap (1916)
"... in order to prevent its having an undue appearance of depression or squattiness; while a broad expanse of park bordered by comparatively low buildings ..."

8. Journal of Applied Microscopy by Bausch & Lomb Optical Company (1903)
"... upright addition in which larger objects can be placed, and which may serve to relieve the depressed look—squattiness—of the desk cases themselves (Fig. ..."

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