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or mus·cle-bound (mŭs′əl-bound′)
Having inelastic, overdeveloped muscles that function poorly together for concerted action.
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Twenty three years later, Amy has taken those words to her booze-soaked heart, enjoying numerous anonymous sexual encounters, while dating a musclebound hunk (John Cena).
The Leeds-born star, filming a skit for his new ITV2 series The Keith Lemon Sketch Show, turned to two musclebound hunks for tips on how to pose and strut his stuff along the sand.
Attractive Boumeddiene was a supermarket cashier when she met the musclebound Coulibaly.
Presuming the images haven't been doctored, the former teen pip-squeak - or maybe that should be pop-squeak - appears to have been hitting the gym hard and has been hitting the gym hard and has transformed himself into a muscle-transformed himself into a musclebound, tattoed hunk.
Armed with a knife, musclebound Peter Watton allegedly pounced on the runner while she was jogging in woodland just two days after he came out of Risley prison in War rington on licence, Chester Crown Court was told.
Tuesday The Expendables 5USA 9pm Sylvester Stallone rounds up a band of musclebound action stars for this thriller about a team of mercenaries on a mission to kill a South American dictator.
I love the spectacle of musclebound men pretending unconvincingly to hurt each other by a variety of implausible means, but allowing these people to compete is just kicking away the last bastion of the Olympic amateur spirit.
This is the best I've ever felt, and the best my body has ever felt, too," boasted musclebound Jodie.
CLASH OF THE TITANS (12A, 106 mins) Disappointing effects-laden remake of original blockbuster, with musclebound Perseus (Sam Worthington) vowing revenge on Hades (Ralph Fiennes) for causing the death of his adoptive family.
The medics, who also warned that boys are being driven to take steroids by images of musclebound idols, back a Lib Dem campaign to ban airbrushed snaps in magazines for under-16s.
Dominic Purcell, better known as musclebound Lincoln Burrows, in Prison Break, joins other international stars such as Halle Berry, and Kim Cattrall of Sex and the City fame, to reveal his previous connections with Liverpool.
He lands a low paid job at the Latimore Construction Company run by Rasputia's three musclebound brothers, Big Jack (Terry Crews), Earl (Clifton Powell) and Blue (Lester Speight).