- s characteristic of or suffering from kyphosis, an abnormality of the vertebral column
- A fit young man, Dudamel has already begun to adopt the posture of his first conducting teacher, Jos Antonio Abreu, who at 68 is almost hunchbacked from years of pouring himself .
- With that genial salutation, the hunchbacked emcee greets a braying mob assembled for the evening's entertainment at Thunderdome.
- And since no one would guide them, they gathered the last of their money, the last of their courage, and bought directions from a hunchbacked smuggler who spoke of secret byways .
- Simon Brown in The Guardian
Simon Brown adds: "Ledley king doesn't walk or run, such as you or i, but rather gallops along like a horse with only two legs. Or say igor the hunchbacked assistant to dr. Frankenstein in the james whale movies. It always keeps me entertained."