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Definition of "low-set" [low-set]

  • Short and thick; especially having short legs and heavy musculature; -- of people. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "low-set" in a sentence
  • "The way the diamonds appear, very low-set, was the way rings were constructed at the turn of the last century."
  • "Some people are born with the type of mouth that is made for snoring: a thick and low-set soft palate."
  • "To emphasize that role, they were crossed with pugs and some other toy breeds to produce a smaller dog with a dome-shaped head, low-set ears, a much shorter muzzle, and a pushed-up nose."
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