prognathous

[ prog-nuh-thuh s, prog-ney- ]

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That prognathous jaw was tilted, aimed at Morgan, and Morgan knew it.

"Prognathous," thought M. Ginory, as he noticed this characteristic.

The chin was not in the least prognathous, but very well formed.

The bridegroom, who is a fine-looking man of the prognathous type, was loudly cheered by the crowd on leaving the church.

There we see the same crisped hair, prognathous skull, and thick lips.

A heavy shock of unruly black hair surmounted a face with beetling black brows and a prognathous jaw.

Papuasian: moderately or not at all prognathous; Tasmanian and Negrito: generally prognathous.

His prognathous jaw carried out the angle of a low forehead.

The skull is dolichocephalic with an average cranial index of 72, prognathous and platyrrhine.

Then comes the Negro down in the alluvia, with dark skin, woolly hair, and prognathous development.

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