OTHER WORDS FROM prognathousprog·na·thism [prog-nuh-thiz-uhm], /ˈprɒg nəˌθɪz əm/, prog·na·thy, nounhy·per·prog·na·thous, adjective
How to use prognathous in a sentence
The jaws are heavy, and especially the lower jaw is apt to be large and prognathic, that is, projecting.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
Maxillary bones normal except lower jaw slightly prognathic.
We begin with the lowest stages, with the woolly-haired men (Ulotrichi), all of whom are prognathic Dolichocephali.The History of Creation, Vol. II (of 2)|Ernst Haeckel
The chin is retreating and in one case the face is somewhat prognathic.
Burns thrust his red face, with its prognathic jaw, menacingly toward Kittrell.Americans All|Various