Something traumatic causes a person to truncate himself or herself in that way.
Hyla charadricola resembles bistincta in having relatively short fingers, a slight amount of webbing, and a truncate snout.
The foot tapers behind to a sharp point, and is truncate in front.
Abdomen subovate, with wide, truncate mouth (in the figured specimen broken off).
Branched dichotomously; branches short, incrassated, truncate.
The truncate, cone-shaped breach has often been of great use to me.
Cells oblong, narrowed below, broad and truncate, with an angle externally above.
These were isolated by means of their linkage relations, and their mutual influence on the production of truncate wings was shown.
The anterior surface of the postpalatal notch varies individually and may be truncate, anteriorly convex, or anteriorly concave.
With these latter alternate nine shorter radial spines, arising from the truncate peristome.
truncate trun·cate (trŭng'kāt')
v. trun·cat·ed, trun·cat·ing, trun·cates
To shorten by or as if by cutting off, especially by cutting across at right angles to the long axis.