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adj en·do·mor·phic \ˌen-də-ˈmr-fik\

Definition of ENDOMORPHIC

:  of or relating to the component in W. H. Sheldon's classification of body types that measures the degree to which the digestive viscera are massive and the body build rounded and soft
:  having a heavy rounded body build often with a marked tendency to become overweight—compare ectomorphic 2, mesomorphic 2b
en·do·mor·phy \ˈen-də-ˌmr-fē\ noun, plural en·do·mor·phies
March 31, 2015
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