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- adj. Short and thick; squabbish.
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- adj. Short and thick; sqabbish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Thick; resembling a squab; squat.
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- adj. short and fat
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She's beaten and locked and forced to shut her dreams tight till that squabby of a gook decides to approve her to be the machine she was designed to bear his child, wash his clothes and dishes.
Dr. Owen Pugh defines the word as what is squabby, bulky.
He had little black beady eyes, a round fat white face, and a broad squabby Mongol nose.
A latticed window of carved wood was set in one wall; there was a profusion of squabby pluffy cushions and fat carpets everywhere, and Lalun's silver _huqa_, studded with turquoises, had a special little carpet all to its shining self.
A latticed window of carved wood was set in one wall; there was a profusion of squabby pluffy cushions and fat carpets everywhere, and Lalun's silver
She seemed nearly as long as a harbour tug, though much more squabby; and she otherwise so much resembled the Lilliputian steamers of Lake
Over the kitchen fire, like an evil spirit of the squabby order, crouched Mrs Catanach, waiting for Jean; no one else was to be found.
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