Definition of Squatted
1. Verb. (past of squat) ¹
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Definition of Squatted
1. squat [v] - See also: squat
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Literary usage of Squatted
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1. Birds of the Rockies by Leander Sylvester Keyser (1902)
"At this place barn swallows were describing graceful circles and loops in the air, and a sheeny violet-green swallow squatted on the dusty road and took a ..."
2. Dr. William Smith's Dictionary of the Bible: Comprising Its Antiquities by William George Smith, Horatio Balch Hackett, Ezra Abbot (1888)
"24; 1 K. xiii -JO); hut it does not hence follow that they »at on chairs; thej may have squatted on the ground, as was the occasional, though 1«Л perhaps ..."
3. An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific Ocean by William Mariner, John Martin (1818)
"As soon as each combat was over, " the victor squatted himself down facing the " chief, then rose up and retired. At the " same time, some old men who ..."
4. Gold Hunting in Alaska by Joseph Grinnell (1901)
"The birds squatted down close in the snow, facing the wind, evidently tired. They paid little attention to us until we were within easy The Doctor Makes a ..."
5. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1851)
"When I first saw her, she had already observed me, and had squatted flat among the grass with her brood around her. As I moved onwards, she ruffled her ..."
6. The Nile Boat: Or, Glimpses of the Land of Egypt by William Henry Bartlett (1852)
"... civil and military, some on low seats, and others squatted on the ground. The most part seemed men grown grey under a system of cruel oppression, ..."
7. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1873)
"The Indians were intensely interested in the railroad track—the first they had ever seen—and squatted down, rubbing the metals with their fingers. ..."
8. The English Cyclopaedia by Charles Knight (1867)
"But he did not forget his Touraco, and now, by the aid of bis dogs, which had followed the Hottentots, found it squatted under a tufted bush. ..."