The capital of the Territory was composed chiefly of roofs and dormer windows, of squatty wooden islands in a boundless sea.
What makes him trot in that spread-out, squatty way, behind?
"She's too big and squatty, if she's like that," laughed the officer.
Seen at that distance, he seemed short, squatty—almost gnomish.
In due time he came to where the old building, squatty and dilapidated, stood under the bank.
Physically he was somewhat "squatty," but with a tremendous girth of chest.
I think you said he was a squatty chap, and used to boast of his delicate hands and feet, continued Frank, pointing.
She reached for a lump of sugar in the squatty Dutch silver bowl.
A Zulu, six feet tall, stood on the porch of the squatty postoffice building, looking like an off-colored Santa Claus.
And she fitted well into the homely scene: short and somewhat "squatty" of form, red-haired, freckle-faced and pug-nosed.