Definition of squatness in English:

squatness

noun

  • See squat

    • ‘The addition of the larger screen and video capabilities are nice but I'm not keen on the squatness and I particularly dislike the colors.’
    • ‘For all his seeming squatness, his movements were precise, and his hands in particular were small and sinewy.’
    • ‘The resulting look is one of solidity and squatness.’
    • ‘The French bulldog breed is prone to several conditions and congenital diseases the most common of these being problems relating to breathing due to the squatness of their face.’
    • ‘Adding to the criticism, a Belgian architect said in 1965 the structure was ‘incredibly overbearing’, denouncing also its squatness and banality.’