muscularity muscularity

Definition(s):

  1. (n) the physiological state of having or consisting of muscle
  2. (n) possessing muscular strength
  3. (n) an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing)

Usage(s):

  1. All he had was it--the gorgeous muscularity and infectious brio that made folks want to pay to see more.
  2. Plotless but pretty, the work does show off the almost Bolshoi-like muscularity of the Stuttgart's unusually strong male corps and the gamine pertness of lithe Birgit Keil.
  3. For even though Johnson was tagged a lame duck as soon as he announced his intention to withdraw, he is now in fact a bird of rather singular muscularity.

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Quotes

  1. "I guess I've gotten buff. There's a lot of acrobatics in the movie - a lot of running up walls, and jumping on things, so it requires muscularity, but it requires a lot of aerobic ability too," Gyllenhaal said.
    on Nov 17, 2008 By: Jake Gyllenhaal Source: Newstrack India (blog)

  2. "There's a muscularity to this new sound that sort of unleashed a tide of imagery and a whole other perspective, a voice I sort of lost for a while," Gray explained. "It just enabled me to sing in a whole different way. I felt 100 percent...
    on Aug 21, 2009 By: David Gray Source: Reuters

  3. "If you're obese, large or small, it's human nature to judge," said Cena, who said that he had passed seven drug tests and that he would submit to 100 a year to prove that he was drug-free. "When the subject is muscularity, the topic of...
    on Jul 16, 2007 By: John Cena Source: New York Times

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