athletic

[ ath-let-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF athletic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATHLETIC

He was an athletic man, and the indolence of camp life did not suit him as it did Yates.

"Why, you've been made an honorary member of the athletic committee," Ned went on.

On their right and left pressed the men, an athletic, hearty, well-fed gang.

It lacks the neatness, the athletic movement of Paine's English.

You never were in the athletic set, and so it is possible that you don't.

Richmond was slight of build, Charles vigorous and athletic.

You have not the athletic appearance of a youth in training, Epigenes.

Reluctantly his friend lifted his athletic bulk from the chair.

The man, though young and athletic, was emaciated and weary-looking.

Doctor Gardiner, as we have explained, was an athletic young man.

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