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Synonyms for beefy

Synonyms for beefy

muscular and heavily built

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Beefy replied: "And how many chickens are bred every year?
Lauren took on the household chores and day-to-day care for Beefy when her father was away.
Finally, during commentary, Botham frequently refers to Nass, Mikey and Athers and I'm sure that he is quite happy to be Beefy.
He said: "I get these big, beefy lads coming up to me and saying, 'I made a cupcake last week, mate.
AS a life-long cheese-hater I have been left distraught after eating a Triple Whammy Beefy burger that contained cheese.
com)-- Beefy the Bulldog gained popularity through a series of YouTube videos which led to a featured spot on CBS' reality show Dogs in the City.
Several members will join Beefy as he cycles 500 miles around Wales to raise funds for the Welsh Air Ambulance.
It was Beefy who took the plunge first in May last year, raising a huge cheer from the crowd at St James' Park as he threw off his top and joined in the warm-ups, becoming the first convert to the Great North Fitness Revolution.
6 June 2012 a[euro]" US entertainment services provider Flashman Studios LLC said on Wednesday it had taken over video game production services firm Beefy Media LLC without revealing the financial terms of the transaction.
Defra will close 57 of the 82 food and agriculture-related websites it currently manages by April next year, but plans to keep a domain related to Beefy and Lamby.
And Nasser Hussain has revealed it's best not to make the error of dropping the title when Beefy is enjoying a post-match tipple.
TELLY cricket characters Beefy and Lamby are being dropped from an ad campaign for British meat.
Taunton is where, 25 years ago, Beefy met youngsters with leukaemia who inspired him to start his fundraising walks.
This is the first time a limited number of people can walk with Beefy in exchange for sponsorship.
Each definition is followed by a brief but beefy explanation of the term.