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  • adjective Alternative form of muscled up.

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Examples

  • Suddenly, the muscled-up beach bully was getting sand kicked in his face on a weekly basis.

    Luke Donald's deft skills are saving the fairways from the brutes | Lawrence Donegan

  • That only muscled-up behemoths like the lads from UCLA need apply.

    Luke Donald's deft skills are saving the fairways from the brutes | Lawrence Donegan

  • Ralph Fiennes's modern-dress Coriolanus boasts top-class performances, not least from its muscled-up, scar-spangled director in the lead, but it reaches clumsily for elusive modern significances.

    Berlin film festival – review

  • “I can just see myself strolling the beach and catching a fine-ass, all muscled-up Caribbean brother.”

    Dirtier Than Ever

  • With its decision, the three-judge panel handed a victory to broadcasters such as Fox, CBS and ABC, which had petitioned the court to challenge the agency's muscled-up approach of imposing steep fines for impromptu expletives and sexual content.

    Court rules against FCC policies on indecency

  • Mike Stern is probably best known for his work with the mid-'80s bands of Miles Davis and Jaco Pastorius, but he's built an impressive catalog of recordings, from last year's muscled-up "Big Neighborhood" with Steve Vai, Eric Johnson and others back to the 1992 release "Standards."

    An Infusion of Fusion to Start 2011

  • Think of it as a battlefield filled with muscled-up, militarized intelligence operatives, hired-gun contractors doing military duty, and privatized “native” guard forces.

    Tom Engelhardt: The CIA Surges

  • With its decision, the three-judge panel handed a victory to broadcasters such as Fox, CBS and ABC, which had petitioned the court to challenge the agency's muscled-up approach of imposing steep fines for impromptu expletives and sexual content.

    Court rules against FCC policies on indecency

  • With its decision, the three-judge panel handed a victory to broadcasters such as Fox, CBS and ABC, which had petitioned the court to challenge the agency's muscled-up approach of imposing steep fines for impromptu expletives and sexual content.

    Court rules against FCC policies on indecency

  • These “wisdoms”—usually some form of esoteric paganism muscled-up with pseudo-scientific jargon—these wisdoms tend to provide the weak ego with a boost of faux confidence and leads the newly self-minted guru to exalt him or herself.

    Archive 2009-01-25

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