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Synonyms for muscular

characterized by marked muscular development; powerfully built

Synonyms for muscular

having a robust muscular body-build characterized by predominance of structures (bone and muscle and connective tissue) developed from the embryonic mesodermal layer

having or suggesting great physical power or force

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(of a person) possessing physical strength and weight

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There is a Physical objection to the present rage for muscular exercises of all sorts, which is quite as strong, in its way, as the Moral objection.
The public who attend rowing-matches, foot-races, and other exhibitions of that sort, see nothing but the successful results of muscular training.
A fine healthy-looking young man, with a superb muscular development, longs (naturally enough) to distinguish himself like others.
Graduates of the hardest of man-handling schools, veterans of multitudes of rough-and-tumble battles, men of blood and sweat and endurance, they nevertheless lacked one thing that Daylight possessed in high degree--namely, an almost perfect brain and muscular coordination.
And then, just as the contest was becoming interesting, Daylight effected one of his lightning shifts, changing all stresses and leverages and at the same time delivering one of his muscular explosions.
His chief impression with regard to ascertaining those mysterious correlatives of his familiar English vocables which were current in this extraordinary city of Paris was, that it was simply a matter of a good deal of unwonted and rather ridiculous muscular effort on his own part.
A muscular hand shot out and grasped the hairy throat, and another plunged a keen hunting knife a dozen times into the broad breast.
His back was bowed up, the very opposite muscular position to that for a spring, while he drew his head more and more down and under his chest in utter abjectness, resting his weight on his elbows and shielding his poor nose with his massive paws, a single stroke of which could have ripped the life of Collins quivering from his body.
They are inferior also in muscular power and activity, and in game qualities and appearance, to their hard-riding brethren of the prairies.
I see already his muscular calves encased in the gaiters episcopal.
La distrofia muscular Duchenne (DMD) es una alteracion hereditaria (1-3) caracterizada por hipotonia muscular progresiva, la cual inicia en la parte inferior del cuerpo en miembros inferiores incluyendo la pelvis y posteriormente afectando a todos los musculos corporales, por lo cual se considera la forma mas comun de distrofia muscular con manifestaciones clinicas de hipotrofia e hipertrofia muscular (Figura I).
La distrofia muscular Duchenne (DMD) es una alteracion hereditaria (1,3) caracterizada por hipotonia muscular progresiva, la cual inicia en la parte inferior del cuerpo en miembros inferiores incluyendo la pelvis y posteriormente afectando a todos los musculos corporales, por lo cual se considera la forma mas comun de distrofia muscular con manifestaciones clinicas de hipotrofia e hipertrofia muscular (Figura I).
According to this study published recently in the British Medical Journal, men who maintain their muscular strength reduce their risk of cardiovascular disease and cancers, independently of general cardiovascular fitness.
AMPLITUDE DE MOVIMENTO ARTICULAR DE ANIMAIS GOLDEN RETRIEVER NORMAIS E DO MODELO GOLDEN RETRIEVER MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY.