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- adj. Bearing muscles or muscle tissue.
- adj. Having large muscles.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of muscle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Furnished with muscles; having muscles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having muscles or muscular tissue; musculated: used in composition: as, a strong-muscled man.
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Economic issues have again muscled their way on to the front page of the Weekly, with a slew of protests across Europe accompanying the release of an International Labour Organisation report containing some huge figures about the impact of the economic crisis on labour markets.
With Vancouver goaltender Roberto Luongo pulled for an extra attacker, Daniel Sedin muscled himself free and redirected a shot to pull the Canucks within 3-2 with 1: 15 remaining.
As the smoothing-over was decided on, one word muscled its way into vogue: emollient.
Of course, boys don't call their muscled-up toys dolls.
Barbie is how locals call muscled South Side gay men.
Many shoppers make the mistake of being timid during this critical part of the process, often allowing themselves to be "muscled" into driving the car only on certain roads (which will show-off the car's strengths) and for a specific period of time "recommended" by the salesperson.
The 'muscled' forehead with those lines converging to the upper nose point, those intense eyes behind the large glasses...
By texture, I almost want to say 'muscled', but that brings up a stringy image in English, which is not at all what I mean.
Those monitors are fantastic ... the way they walk is like some kind of muscled up gangster!
"We just kind of muscled through it, I guess," he says.