from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A man considered strong and virile.
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- noun idiomatic A
strong, virileor sexually activeman.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a man who is virile and sexually active
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Yikes, looks like a convention of 'he-man 3D-haters club' here.
Kober bursts with confidence, establishing his mellow but he-man persona the sort of guy who plays video games but can also give his pal a bear hug with the assurance of a star.
You prefer the Neanderthal ineffective “he-man” redneck cowboy policies of GWB?
Erskine's experiment is a success and Steve is turned into a he-man Nazi fighter: tall, buff and not-quite super-powered.
In contrast, Red Neck Donny and the rest of the teabagger clowns can only resort to he-man sabre-rattling.
*** With "Bar Rescue," Spike TV takes a reality-show formula about failing businesses that has worked well for restaurants and hair salons, and gives it a he-man treatment.
The Greek system is dedicated to quelling young men's anxiety about submitting themselves to four years of sissy-pants book learning by providing them with a variety of he-man activities: drinking, drugging, ESPN watching and the sexual mistreatment of women.
Gavin Stone: well, being a he-man fan i also liked the man-e-faces paper totem too.
The nation is in a continuing crisis, our credit rating is not secure, and no one's interested in he-man gangster dialogue from "The Town."
So, like a good, barely verbal he-man, Drogo went all medieval and poured a pot of the melted metal over the ingrate's noggin.