endomorph

NOUN
  1. a heavy person with a soft and rounded body
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How To Use endomorph In A Sentence

  • The Endomorph isn't necessarily large framed but is sturdily built with a large rib cage, waist and hips.
  • Fuller-figured endomorphs were given to viscerotonia, characterized by 'relaxation, extraversion of affect, love of food, sociality, etc'. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Do you think he favored ectomorphs for “fun,” but for marriage and having children he would have gone for a mesomorph, or even an endomorph? The Volokh Conspiracy » I Am Apparently a 95% Feminist,
  • No one is simply an endomorph without having at the same time some mesomorphy and ectomorphy, but we have these components in varying degrees. The Civic Platform - A Political Journal of Ideas and Analysis
  • If you are now starting a fitness programme, it is a good idea for you to know what is your body type - mesomorph, ectomorph, endomorph, or a cross between two types.
  • Ecclesiastes eclipse ecological niche ecology economic indicators economics ecosystem ectomorph, endomorph, and mesomorph Entry Index: Doric to exeunt
  • If your thumb and fore-finger overlap, you are an ectomorph; if they touch, you are a mesomorph; and if they do not touch at all, you are an endomorph.
  • Ectomorph is a skinny beanpole, endomorph is short and bulky — they could train for years and never make it. Times, Sunday Times
  • The female contestants of this sport were more endomorphic and less mesomorphic than the male competitors.
  • MOOS: From Judas to Dr. Evil, McClellan, despite his nice guy reputation, is being labeled, "a weasel turned whistleblower," "a stuttering endomorph" -- endomorph being someone with a round, soft body. CNN Transcript May 29, 2008
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