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Synonyms for muscleman

a bully employed as a thug or bodyguard

someone who does special exercises to develop a brawny musculature

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He said two of our musclemen Kishwar Ali and Yasin Khan, hailing from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, excelled recently by winning Mr.
At a time when the Delhi Election Commission is making all- out efforts to check the inflow of musclemen, money and liquor, an inter- state nexus that swings into action whenever polls near ensure that its political clients are not short of supply.
However, a Google spokesman sought to assure the anxious musclemen that their future was safe.
But her mates Rosanna, Claudia, Sarah and Pippa were keeping the lads at arm's length saying they'd left their own musclemen boyfriends at home.
Next week, Hal (Bryan Cranston) befriends a bunch of well-oiled musclemen.
There are musclemen showing their self-sufficiency, and the Human Pincushion, Ronald C.
A handsomely designed book of rare vintage musclemen photos from the 1880s to the 1950s.
Kevin, a pupil at Edinburgh's Royal High School, said he dreamed of becoming Scotland's strongest man - then taking on musclemen around the world.
More than 120 musclemen took part from Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan, Islamabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Railways.
At the time, the Congress was known to protect local musclemen to ensure control over electoral constituencies.
Musclemen Tom and Mark are a hilarious take on American sports jocks who walk around naked in gym changing rooms while boasting about their latest female conquests.
The championships are being held from 2pm to 6pm and the region's top musclemen will be taking part.
Long considered the domain of gibbering animals, planet-saving musclemen in ridiculously revealing tights and the silly teens of Riverdale High, comics came of age more slowly than ``Archie'' and his pals.
MUSCLEMEN Karl and William Tierney are keeping their body building secrets in the family.
The vignette, with its quartet of bare-chested musclemen around a poker table, their biceps and pectorals effectively lit by the low-hanging overhead fixture, is funny and provocative.