athletic

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Synonyms for athletic

Synonyms for athletic

characterized by marked muscular development; powerfully built

Synonyms for athletic

vigorously active

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having a sturdy and well proportioned body

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For nearly two decades, Reebok Classic has been celebrated as the innovator of athletically inspired casual footwear, and the three new collections in Reebok Classic's 2000 line bring fresh, new interpretations of timeless style.
But I think it's in my best interests and that it will help in the long run academically and athletically.
Nelson Chan, senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing for San Disk, said, "Nike, a world class sports and fitness firm, is creating a new and lucrative market--digital audio players for athletically inclined consumers.
I believe in educating the whole person academically, athletically and socially.
Brooks is no slouch athletically, but he does more damage with his arm.
According to Adley, the goal is to challenge business, government and the community to new levels of achievement, athletically and financially, on behalf of children stricken with cancer.
Racist, contentious and athletically gifted, Cobb played a gentlemanly noncontact sport with sharpened cleats and a ``come and get me'' swagger.
As one of the country's most recognized and respected institutions, both academically and athletically, we value our partnership with FSU and look forward to providing them with unparalleled distribution, quality production, and creative promotion for years to come.
We already know that, athletically, he has great potential.
Payne was awarded an undergraduate and a law degree from the University of Georgia, where he excelled academically and athletically.
We're not talking athletically, an area in which the talented Verner is as green as the Rose Bowl turf.
It was a hard-fought Italian-style game, with a lot of marking and played athletically in narrow spaces, so it wasn't spectacular,'' Pacheco said.
Albion proved outstanding both academically and athletically, and I received a lot of guidance from my coaches (I played football, basketball, and baseball).
Sharing a genuine rapport with pianist Robert Koenig Sarah Chang conjured a heady range of moods, sometimes athletically balletic, sometimes as sweetly intoxicating as peach vodka.
Gene Kelly originated and directed the memorable "Dancing Is a Man's Game" (1958), in which Edward Villella proved that ballet dancing could outstrip ice skating athletically as well as artistically.