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squat

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of squat

  1. being compact and broad in build and often short in stature a short, squat woman Synonyms of squat chunky, dumpy, heavyset, stocky, squatty, stout, stubby, stumpy, thicksetWords Related to squat beefy, brawny, bulky, burly, husky, sturdy, thick, thickish, weighty; chubby, corpulent, fat, fleshy, full, gross, heavy, obese, overweight, plump, portly, pudgy, roly-poly, rotund, round, tubby; paunchy, potbellied; flabby, softNear Antonyms of squat delicate, fragile, frail, puny; lean, skinny, slender, slim, spare, thin; angular, bony (also boney), gaunt, lank, lanky, rawboned, sinewy; scraggy, scrawny, slight; anorexic, cadaverous, emaciated, haggard, skeletal, wasted; spindly, twiggy, waspish, weedy, willowy, wiry


squat

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of squat

  1. to lie low with the limbs close to the body a detective squatting to examine something on the ground Synonyms of squat couch, huddle, hunch, hunker (down), scrunch, crouch, squinchWords Related to squat curl up


squat

noun, slang

Synonyms and Antonyms of squat

  1. the smallest amount or part imaginable he doesn't do squat all day long and is by far the laziest worker in the company Synonyms of squat beans, bubkes (also bupkes or bupkus), continental, damn, darn (also durn), diddly [slang], diddly-squat [slang], doodley-squat (or doodly-squat), fig, ghost, hoot, iota, lick, modicum, rap, jot [slang], syllable, tittle, whit, whoopWords Related to squat ace, bit, crumb, dab, driblet, glimmer, hint, little, mite, nip, ounce, particle, peanuts, pin, ray, scrap, scruple, semblance, shade, shadow, shred, skosh, smidgen (also smidgeon or smidgin or smidge), snap, speck, spot, sprinkling, strain, streak, suspicion, touch, trace



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