round-shouldered


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round-shouldered

(round′shōl′dərd)
adj.
Having the shoulders bent forward and drooping and the upper back rounded.
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I'm sorry I said that the rats in that hotel were round-shouldered," he announced at the beginning of his next show.
Small, dark green, and round-shouldered, it's one of the more available fresh chilies and packs a lot of heat into its 3-inch length.
He was a rent collector whom I knew by sight, a short, round-shouldered, pigeon-toed man of middle age, with a pouting oval face and the first pair of rimless spectacles in Dan y Graig Street.
Slouching makes you look shorter, fatter, round-shouldered and droopy-breasted.
THE unflattering Alexander McQueen ruched silk vest top gave her curves no support and only served to make her look round-shouldered and scrawny.
They are also in danger of regressing to the shapes of their Neanderthal ancestors as long hours spent slumped in front of computer and television screens are causing them to become round-shouldered and stooped.
The gap between the wealthy and the working class was vividly illustrated by a line of round-shouldered, gray-suited office workers observing a butler serving a couple so blase they never noticed the almost-nude man and woman stretched out on their table.
Even a round-shouldered slump while in front of the computer is preferable to being ramrod straight, they found.