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adjective as in brawny

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Light precipitation is shed by the durable water repellant coating on the beefy 20-denier face fabric, and it doesn’t seem to impact the bag’s performance if some of that moisture finds its way inside the insulation.

Looking at pictures of headphone stands, you may think they’re all big, beefy blocks that eat up your workspace.

Just make sure your desk is big and beefy enough to support the weight, as all three monitors are mounted on a single pole in the middle.

If you’ve ever had a Beyond Burger or Impossible Burger, you know that plant-based food companies have figured out how to make fake beef that tastes pretty beefy.

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If you have a beefy graphics card or console, it might be worth turning ray tracing on, but read the rest of this article before you decide.

There is no sign of the beefy NHL players who usually inhabit the place.

He was twenty, blond, beefy, even younger than Sonny, and just starting with the Hernando, Mississippi, ambulance team.

He wears large turbans, sports a long and bushy gray beard, is some six-feet three inches tall and weighs a beefy 250 pounds.

Never mind the fact that he was 45 pounds underweight when he auditioned to play the beefy lead.

He was a beefy figure who never quite lost his German accent despite living all his adult life in the United States.

There was short, beefy Sergeant McGinty, a representative from the police who was to serve as coordinator.

His red, beefy face was corded and knotted with tension, and his skin glistened with oily perspiration.

He who was always beefy became beefier; his eyes bulged out with fury.

It needed a beefy person with fat legs and a large amount of inexplicable dignity, a regular God-knows-why loftiness.

Yet a careful observer might have noticed that the pulse of his beefy neck was beating faster than usual.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to beefy, such as: burly, hulking, muscular, bulky, heavy, and husky.

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