from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Excessive inward or downward curvature of the spine, especially in a horse.
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- n. An excessive sagging of the spine of a quadruped animal, especially a horse.
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- adj. having abnormal sagging of the spine (especially in horses)
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I remember, too, a wonderful swayback garden bench painted forest green ... it must've sold by now.
I was envious of your smallness, your swayback bum, your simpleness.
Alas, my back doesn't like the swayback effect for periods longer than naps.
There's a lot of cornball in that state you have to go through: boats at docks, old fishermen, and shacks with swayback roofs.
Slightly rotate your pelvis under while tightening your glutes and abs this will eliminate swayback and flaccid glutes.
She had short, stumpy legs, a swayback, was blind in one eye, and looked like she was a frequent visitor to the trough.
I remember, too, a wonderful swayback garden bench painted forest green...it must've sold by now.
Brick courses look like swayback mules, finally brought back to true by thicker mortar lines...
This will disengage your core muscles and give you an anterior pelvic tilt, a swayback.
I'm very short-waisted, with a marked swayback and wide hips, so I've never had a store-bought dress that fit me properly since I was a child.