Definition of endomorphic in US English:

endomorphic

adjective

Physiology
  • See endomorph

    • ‘These results confirm that there is an early-developing bias against the endomorphic body build, and suggest that young children prefer youthful body builds.’
    • ‘Breaking down his client list into three specific body types - ectomorphic, endomorphic and mesomorphic - Isaacson gives the best advice for each category.’
    • ‘Billy had a forthright game, and combined with Richard to produce a powerful combination of endomorphic ball carriers.’
    • ‘The female contestants of this sport were more endomorphic and less mesomorphic than the male competitors.’

Pronunciation

endomorphic

/ˌendəˈmôrfik/