The eastern people are least prognathic with a zero incidence of 45 per cent.
This latter division gave us orthognatic, prognathic, and mesognathic skulls.
A German philosopher, for example, may transmit a superfluous toe or a prognathic jaw, but not his portentously developed brain.
The jaws are heavy, and especially the lower jaw is apt to be large and prognathic, that is, projecting.
We begin with the lowest stages, with the woolly-haired men (Ulotrichi), all of whom are prognathic Dolichocephali.
Burns thrust his red face, with its prognathic jaw, menacingly toward Kittrell.
prognathous prog·na·thous (prŏg'nə-thəs, prŏg-nā'-) or prog·nath·ic (prŏg-nāth'ĭk, -nā'thĭk)
Having jaws that project forward to a marked degree.