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On a 2,813-acre tract roughly 30 miles west, Washington found a Calvinist sect called the Seceders squatting on his land.

Finally, after an eternity—lasting maybe two seconds—I did what I usually do when faced with fear squatting in my stomach.

Dozens of other former members and congressional also-rans, both Democrats and Republicans, are squatting on six-figure surpluses.

Tipitina's in the warm blue fog, squatting beneath a crescent moon so sharp and clean you could shave a wild hog with it.

He climbed down from the chair and squatting on the floor, took the creature into his arms and caressed her.

He came back, however, in a few minutes, and squatting beside me abstractedly got out papers and tobacco.

John was squatting on the living room floor, surrounded by a forest of empty beer bottles.

Squatting on his haunches he wrenched a large tobacco-wad from a black plug, then leaned over towards his neighbour and grunted.

The two boys was squatting back to back behind the pile, so they could watch both ways.

Jack found Mr. Figgins in his cabin, squatting on a cushion cross-legged.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to squatting, such as: clearing, establishment, expansion, founding, immigration, and migration.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.