1. Narrow-bodied (in proportional to height or length).
    • 1948, Alfred Louis Kroeber, Anthropology: race, language, culture, psychology, pre-history, pp. 173–174 ↗:
      The majority of such typings are bipolar, and they amount in the last analysis to saying that there are broader-bodied and narrower-bodied individuals in every group. To put this simple and in itself harmless finding learnedly, we substitute the terms “eurysome” and “leptosome.”
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