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- adj. inflated
- adj. raised by pumping
- adj. tense with excitement or enthusiasm
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. tense with excitement and enthusiasm as from a rush of adrenaline
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Was it because its warts-and-all portrayal of a pumped-up Dubai culture was too morally complicated for the group to digest?
The pumped-up image he wore for the BitUSA tour was a result of the workouts his doctor suggested would help him through his three -, sometimes four-hour shows.
It revelled in being artificial and theatrical, with columns or arches supporting nothing, pumped-up cornices and weighty-looking rustication that sounded hollow when you tapped it.
Indeed, some parents are seeing relief on out-of-pocket costs thanks to newly pumped-up endowments.
In other words, a lot of the theories and formulas used to decide the game's best players were based essentially on pumped-up numbers.
Your team's AI is sometimes guilty of rank stupidity and you'll have to watch your men running through more kilometres than you could possibly believe of totally empty countryside, but its serious battles and chatty, fly-on-the-wall styling separate it from the legion of pumped-up Call Of Duty wannabes.
The Buckeyes couldn't overcome Wisconsin's dominant first half in front of the pumped-up crowd of 81,194.
But when he starts mixing social media with pumped-up investment pitches, 50 Cent is moving into Goldman Sachs territory.
Both men are formidable bundles of muscle but where the track cyclist concentrates those muscles in his powerful thighs, Ashton's most obviously pumped-up features are his shoulders and biceps.
Firemen in America tend to cleave to the heroic, not to say pumped-up model of body shape and general deportment.
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