asquat

asquat

(əˈskwɒt)
adv
in a crouched down manner
References in periodicals archive ?
Except, that is, for photos featuring attractive females: these were taped to the wall in the bathroom, right at eye-level for depraved soldiers asquat on the toilet.
The headgear is asquat,toughened version of the traditional 19th-century design.
While in her comment on a putatively visceral reaction to a textual event ("one of the most disgusting books in the world") Nussbaum seems to stage the pathologically fastidious reader's final reaction of disgust upon finding out about Bloom's adventures asquat the cuckstoool, Wilson reads the scene not so much as an occasion ripe for disgust as a cool opportunity for characterization.