Noun:An outer covering such as a husk or pod, esp. the husk of an ear of corn.Exclamation:Used to express surprise, regret, irritation, or, in response to praise, self-deprecation.
Verb:Remove the shucks from corn or shellfish.
Synonyms:noun. husk - shell - hull - pod - peel - rind - scaleverb. shell - peel - husk - pare - pod - hull
Verb:Crouch or sit with knees bent and heels close to or touching the buttocks or the back of thighs: "I squatted down in front of him".Adjective:Short and thickset; disproportionately broad or wide: "he was muscular and squat"; "a squat gray house".
Noun:A position in which knees are bent and heels are close to or touching buttocks or the back of thighs.