He was described by Shakespeare as having a hunchback and indeed the skeleton shows evidence of curvature of the spine.
He paid the hunchback and walked behind Lunn toward the door.
Fortunately for him, the hunchback neither saw nor had a suspicion of his proximity.
He had crooked legs and squinting eyes, a large mouth all on one side, and a hunchback.
The hunchback would be certain to recognise him, remembering all.
It seemed as though the master were favourably impressed with the new boy—in spite of the fact that he was a hunchback.
“The hunchback, Zorillo,” answered José, to the astonishment of all.
"And that is precisely what pleases us so much," said the hunchback.
"That I have run away from the duke, fool," answered the hunchback.
He descended the steps into the finishing-off room, and went to the hunchback Fanny.