muscularity


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mus·cu·lar·i·ty

(mŭs'kyū-lar'i-tē),
The state or condition of having well-developed muscles.

muscularity

The state or quality of being muscular or of having well-developed muscles with minimal fat.

mus·cu·lar·i·ty

(mŭs'kyū-lar'i-tē)
The state or condition of having well-developed muscles.
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Soweto Kinch's timeless jazz tunes combined a classic, hardbop muscularity with a contemporary harmonic freedom
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He brings that big sax muscularity to the clarinet, favouring its lower register, and I can't remember when I have heard the instrument sound less twee and, so, more appealing.
It's just all judged on the muscularity, symmetry, balance and proportion.
To be brutally honest, it takes many years and training geared specifically to bodybuilding to achieve the levels of muscularity that would hamper your golf swing.
It does seem really late in the history of the women's movement for muscularity and strength to be things that we're finally comfortable with.
Mahon scored his first goal and dazzled in midfield, Bart-Williams could stay on a free from Charlton and was a dynamo in the side, while Kuqi's brand of muscularity will always unsettle opponents.
The group continues to produce startling works filled with humor and invention, muscularity and, sometimes, spirituality.