Muscularity
Muscularity Mus`cu*lar"i*ty, n. The state or quality of being muscular. --Grew. [1913 Webster]

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  • muscularity — (n.) 1680s, from Mod.L. muscularis (from L. musculus; see MUSCLE (Cf. muscle) (n.)) + ITY (Cf. ity) …   Etymology dictionary

  • muscularity — noun a) musculature The muscularity in his forearm was visible as he flexed his fingers. b) The degree to which the muscles in a body part are developed. Focussed exercise brought out the muscularity in her calves …   Wiktionary

  • muscularity — muscular ► ADJECTIVE 1) of or affecting the muscles. 2) having well developed muscles. DERIVATIVES muscularity noun muscularly adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • muscularity — noun 1. the physiological state of having or consisting of muscle • Derivationally related forms: ↑muscular • Hypernyms: ↑physical condition, ↑physiological state, ↑physiological condition 2. an imaginative lively style (especially style of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • muscularity — noun see muscular …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • muscularity — See muscular. * * * …   Universalium

  • muscularity — The state or condition of having well developed muscles. * * * mus·cu·lar·i·ty .məs kyə lar ət ē n, pl ties the quality or state of being muscular * * * mus·cu·lar·i·ty (mus″ku larґĭ te) the condition or quality of being muscular …   Medical dictionary

  • muscularity — Synonyms and related words: beef, beefiness, brawn, brawniness, elasticity, heftiness, huskiness, involuntary muscle, muscle, musculature, physique, sinew, sinewiness, sinews, thew, thewiness, thews, tone, voluntary muscle …   Moby Thesaurus

  • muscularity — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Solid and well developed muscles: brawn, bulk. Informal: beef. See BODY …   English dictionary for students

  • muscularity — mus·cu·lar·i·ty || ‚mÊŒskjÉ™ lærÉ™tɪ / jÊŠ n. brawniness, state of having highly developed muscles; strength; power …   English contemporary dictionary

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