narrow-shouldered

narrow-shouldered

adj
having shoulders which do not extend very far from the neck; not broad-shouldered
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He was narrow-hipped, narrow-shouldered, and anaemic, while he seemed not so much oppressed by gloom as by a sweet and gentle sadness, the weight of which was as sweetly and gently borne.
He was a mean, stooping, narrow-shouldered, clay-faced creature; and his age might have been anything between fifty and seventy.
Upon his father's death Davie is given an unopened letter to carry to his uncle Ebenezer a "mean stooping narrow-shouldered clay-faced creature.
There are more players doing more things well than there have been in several baseball eras, a general raising of quality in all areas of the offensive part of the game that has done away with the old stereotypes of narrow-shouldered singles hitters and beer-bellied sluggers.
Jackets are close-fitting and narrow-shouldered to go with knee-length skirts and wide or narrow trousers.
Curious to check out this specimen of stud, I turned around to see: a bespectacled, narrow-shouldered, total wimp.
Upon his father's death, Davie is given an unopened letter to carry to his uncle Ebenezer, a "mean, stooping, narrow-shouldered, clay-faced creature.

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