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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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10) Due to low frequencies through base isolation, spectral horizontal accelerations are muscularly reduced as expected compare to corresponding accelerations of non-isolated building.
Muscularly strong teenagers have a lower risk of early death
I had been dancing nonstop for 10 years, and it was actually nice to not stress about ab work," Gavezzoli says "Going through pregnancy is a workout in itself, but muscularly it was time for a dance pause.
As in the previous year, Trio con Brio Copenhagen's playing was magically fused, technically impeccable, lushly toned or muscularly rasping as called for-altogether a mesmerizing, transporting listening experience.
It was discovered that during mating season, prime female moose uttered a particular series of groans to "warn away" smaller, less muscularly developed males.
With the protesters not inclined to step back and 1% now actively out in the ring to defend their Wall, it is open to speculate when American administration goes fully and muscularly ballistic like its Arab clients -- yet some gone, some on way out.
Those who recall Tarzan will recognize the almost inarticulate but muscularly intelligent super hero, who swings from treetops, can communicate with the apes and rescues the lovely Jane, uttering the oft-quoted 'Me Tarzan, you Jane'.
And Ashley Williams had to come to the rescue nine minutes before the break when Ramsey's mistake led to a threatening break from Frei until he was muscularly eased off the ball by the Swansea City man.
Specifically, these study findings imply that boys are succumbing to the representation of muscularly perverse bodies in the mass media; in which the perceptions and attitudes taken of both their own body and other bodies are becoming increasingly (de)formed.
We have body builders who can't stretch because they're muscularly tight.
MARK HUGHES muscularly holding the ball up, the deft lay-off - and bang
Jose (DEP) said that when people envisioned service personnel, they conjured up muscularly oriented imagery.
We have fine-tuned him muscularly but it is probably difficult to name the exact thing that's made the difference.
In the absence of political consensus in the Council capable of producing effective action and thereby maintaining international peace and security, might not it be warranted--or even necessary--to set aside old attachments to interpretive notions of text and intent and embrace a principle of muscularly effective interpretation?
With The Tactile Eye, Barker extends this sensual scholarship and explores cinematic tactility as "a general attitude toward the cinema that the human body enacts in particular ways: haptically, at the tender surface of the body; kinaesthetically and muscularly, in the middle dimension of muscles, tendons, and bones that reach toward and through cinematic space; and viscerally, in the murky recesses of the body, where heart, lungs, pulsing fluids, and firing synapses receive, respond to, and reenact the rhythms of cinema" (3).