from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Of or relating to an endomorph.
- adjective Created through endomorphism.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Specifically In petrography, having the character of those phases of contact-metamorphism which are developed within the intrusive rock. See
- Occurring in the form of an endomorph; of or relating to minerals occurring as endomorphs.
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- adjective of or pertaining to an
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective having a squat and fleshy build
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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The endomorphic anti-hero in Roald Dahl's "Mr. Botibol," we are told, resembles an asparagus in his raw loneliness ( "his long narrow stalk did not appear to have any shoulders at all").
I have something of an endomorphic shape so the bulk is where I sit.
As someone with a endomorphic body, I don't think I'll ever have an epic ride as defined by Rapha.
Yes, Hagel is the lumbering, lovable Barney Bear to Lieberman's endomorphic Droopy.
Yeah, I still got that stupid ecomorphic, endomorphic crap memorized.
It's what physiologists, nutritionists, and dieticians refer to as 'endomorphic.'
You have strong Celtic features — wiry dark hair and brown eyes — and your body shape is endomorphic.
Hav-ing spread undetected throughout her body, the develop-ing mycelium of what was possibly an endomorphic mycorrhiza had finally fruited.
Having spread undetected throughout her body, the developing mycelium of what was possibly an endomorphic mycorrhiza had finally fruited.
Sam Purdy would be his first endomorphic bicycle buddy.