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squatty

[skwot-ee] /ˈskwɒt i/
adjective, squattier, squattiest.
1.
short and thick; low and broad.
Origin
1880-1885
1880-85; squat + -y1
Related forms
squattily, adverb
squattiness, noun
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  • Price is a short, squatty powerhouse who uses great explosion and quickness to get an edge, but his speed is average.
  • No plazas or arcades, and all three garages were squatty bolt-holes.
  • These squatty little boxes, about the size of a two-drawer file cabinet, help nourish wild turkeys in the winter.

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