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mus·cle-bound

(mŭs'ĕl-bownd),
Denoting a condition in which individual muscles are overdeveloped but dyssynergic in concerted action.

mus·cle-bound

(mŭs'ĕl-bownd)
Denoting a condition in which individual muscles are overdeveloped but dyssynergic in concerted action.
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The illegal drugs that were meant to turn him into a muscle-bound god had reduced him to a "living corpse".
BEIRUT: A Syrian character actor famous for playing muscle-bound bodyguards has died under mysterious circumstances, media reports said Friday.
In the modern age of muscle-bound hulks, this is an example of a hero with a brain.
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The colourful leg-spinner, who was never interested in his physique or appearance during his playing days, was photographed more muscle-bound and tanned on the set of Gossip Girl in New York.
WHAT IS IT: You don't have to be a muscle-bound sailor with a penchant for spinach to enjoy the benefits of weightlifting.
The muscle-bound singer, pictured, first shot to fame in 1996 with hit single Mysterious Girl.
In your sports pages (September 22) you included a photograph of a scrum and the participating forwards, no doubt muscle-bound, shaven-headed and tattooed, were kitted out in pink - yes pink.
Dodge, a subsidiary of Chrysler LLC, is withdrawing its Caliber SRT4, a turbocharged, muscle-bound version of the Caliber.
I think they have become a little too muscle-bound and too bulky.
From the May issue: This past month, a real estate broker advertised that he would dress up as the Incredible Hulk at a Sunday open house, hoping an appearance by the muscle-bound monster would lure buyers to his listing for a Midtown condo.

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