ectomorphic


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ec·to·mor·phic

(ek'tō-mōrf'ik),
Relating to, or having the characteristics of, an ectomorph.

ec·to·mor·phic

(ek'tō-mōrf'ik)
Relating to, or having the characteristics of, an ectomorph.
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Negative descriptors such as "lonely" and "depressed" were assigned to the figure possessing the least muscular, or most ectomorphic, chest.
Keep in mind, though, that you may just have an ectomorphic body build, and a slender look may be normal for you.
With her ectomorphic schoolmarm, Powell impishly raises the possibility that the country "blab schools" that so shaped the national character were run by people who absolutely detested children and their jobs:
The ectomorphic individual wore a black T-shirt and was of a thin build (see Figure 3).
Darren, who coaches at the David Lloyd Premier Centre in Kensington, West London, added: "You tend to get two shapes of people - ectomorphic and endomorphic.