If you grow up and have muscles like them, you can call yourself a man.
Under the strain of his muscles, iron bars bent like hot wax.
Her throat was bare, and she saw the muscles of it knotted in the struggle for life.
Lauzanne knew what had come to him of genealogy, not in his mind so much as in his muscles.
You know his drawl, when his muscles give him the respectful hesitation.
They praised his eyes' alertness, the smoothness of his muscles.
She was a wiry woman, a mass of muscles animated by an eager energy.
Taffy was not used to such toil, and his muscles were soon weary.
He relies on his muscles and not on his charms, for support.
Stanley's jaw dropped, but it was surprise which slackened the muscles.