Examples from the Web for zygomatic
In males, the mastoid breadth and zygomatic breadth are about the same as in haidarum, as also is the weight.
Relative to basilar length, tooth-rows, orbitonasal length, interorbital breadth and zygomatic breadth averaging narrower.
Why, if he had asked me, I could have told him what a zygomatic zoophagan is; but he never asked me.Half-Hours with Jimmieboy|John Kendrick Bangs
The coronoid process is displaced below and behind the zygomatic (malar) bone, and may be felt through the mouth.
The zygomatic arch is usually slender or incomplete, and the coronoid process and angle of the mandible are commonly prominent.The Vertebrate Skeleton|Sidney H. Reynolds
British Dictionary definitions for zygomatic
Word Origin and History for zygomatic
1709, from Latin zygomaticus, from Greek zygoma (see zygoma).