beefy beefy  /ˈbi fi/


  • (adj) muscular and heavily built



  1. The man was one of his own friends, beefy, crop-haired Jerry Nuzum, a professional football player for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
  2. Both boys are sobbing because Reilly, the beefy family dog, knocked Ryan over.
  3. The leader was a beefy, bearded man.


  1. What's so special about Beefy King? | Video

    Whatever it is, Beefy King in Orlando has managed to stay open for 45 years, and that's quite a feat in Central Florida.        
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Orlando Sentinel

  2. Beefy King celebrates 45 years

    Orlando's Beefy King celebrates its 45th anniversary on Saturday - a mark few restaurants in this town have reached        
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Orlando Sentinel

  3. Beefy King celebrates 45 years | Photos

    In 1968 Freeman and Margaret Smith opened the small, unpretentious sandwich shop on Bumby Avenue near what is now the Colonial Plaza Market Center. Developed as a competitor to Arby's, there once were six Beefy Kings in Central Florida and others as far away as the Carolinas and Bahamas. Today the iconic Orlando Beefy King is all that remains.        
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Orlando Sentinel


  1. The former England captain Graham Gooch said: "He's been called a lot of things down the years but I think 'Beefy' will suffice. It's a well deserved honour. He has been England's foremost cricketer of the past 30 years and he's put in all that hard...
    on Jun 17, 2007 By: Graham Gooch Source: Independent

  2. "I've laid down the challenge to Beefy (Botham) to put on the pads and let his bat do the talking one more time," Lillee said. "I'm prepared to roll the arm over if he's prepared to face up to me. I reckon I might have two or three balls left...
    on Nov 27, 2006 By: Dennis Lillee Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  3. Fischer explained: "We can only imagine that it might look something like a beefy Neptune-like planet or perhaps a Saturn-like planet with rings and moons around it."
    on Nov 7, 2007 By: Debra Fischer Source: Register

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