squatty

[ skwot-ee ]
/ ˈskwɒt i /

adjective, squat·ti·er, squat·ti·est.

short and thick; low and broad.

Nearby words

  1. squat thrust,
  2. squatter,
  3. squatter sovereignty,
  4. squatter's right,
  5. squattocracy,
  6. squauwmish,
  7. squaw,
  8. squaw huckleberry,
  9. squaw man,
  10. squawbush

Origin of squatty

First recorded in 1880–85; squat + -y1

Related formssquat·ti·ly, adverbsquat·ti·ness, noun

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