- n. Plural form of ectomorph.
“The Savalas message fits this New York moment, Mr. DiMenna said, citing the reedy ectomorphs of Williamsburg as particularly in need of help.”
“Most people are ectomorphs and mesomorphs and it is possible for any person to exercise and eat their way from being an endomporh into the aforementioned body types.”
“Many scoff at ectomorphs' burden of being too skinny, but they often find themselves being called geeky, flat-chested or even accused of being anorexic.”
“This psychological component can be even tougher for ectomorphs.”
“But even calorie-deprived ectomorphs can do math, and at some point the organizers of road races figured out that my $20 entry fee is just as good as amateur marathoner Lance Armstrong's.”
“Most runners are ectomorphs: emaciated and square-jawed.”
“Ten miles is nothing for those long-legged ectomorphs who routinely cover that distance on their lunch breaks.”
“Two years ago when pouting ectomorphs channeled the new fall or spring collections on runways in Milan and Paris, people said, "I'd wear that.”
“The world isn't composed solely of ectomorphs skinnies.”
“Maybe designers should be required to make clothing for all three of the basic body somatotypes: ectomorphs, mesomorphs and endomorphs.”
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