Muscled Mus"cled (m[u^]s"l'd), a. Furnished with muscles; having muscles; as, things well muscled. [1913 Webster]

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  • -muscled — muscled, combining form. having muscles: »A well muscled athlete = an athlete having good muscles …   Useful english dictionary

  • muscled — (adj.) having muscles (of a particular type), 1640s, from MUSCLE (Cf. muscle) (n.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • muscled — adjective Date: 1644 having muscles especially of a specified kind often used in combination < hard muscled arms > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • muscled — adj. Muscled is used with these nouns: ↑chest, ↑leg, ↑shoulder …   Collocations dictionary

  • muscled — mus|cled [ˈmʌsəld] adj having large muscles = ↑muscular ▪ He had a good body, tanned and well muscled …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • muscled — adjective : furnished with muscles often used in combination hard muscled arms …   Useful english dictionary

  • muscled — adjective a) Bearing muscles or muscle tissue. b) Having large muscles …   Wiktionary

  • muscled — mÊŒsld adj. muscly, muscular, having much physical strength; muscle bound mus·cle || mÊŒsl n. contracting body tissue; strength; part of the body that is made up of muscles v. exert strength, force one s way …   English contemporary dictionary

  • muscled up — adjective Having large, well developed muscles. Its almost like guys who throw hard have to be born with a certain kind of body. Theyre tall and slender like Kevin Brown or Randy Johnson. Theyre strong, dont get me wrong, but theyre not all… …   Wiktionary

  • Double-muscled cattle — refers to breeds of cattle that carry a mutation which represses the myostatin protein, consequently augmenting muscle growth. Affected breeds include: Belgian Blue Piedmontese Parthenais References McPherron, Alexandra; Lee, Se Jin (November… …   Wikipedia

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