muscular[ muhs-kyuh-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF muscular
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MUSCULAR
He knew the power in her lean, muscular arms, the strength in her narrow shoulders.
A little, muscular, brown man, with black hair and white teeth.
He had not touched a muscle or a muscular nerve; what then was the nature of these movements?
But Modred was in the pride of youth; muscular and sinewy was the frame of Modred.
Men, she says, maintain their muscular strength by military service.
The induced currents occasioned a muscular tremor in the fingers.
Five feet six inches; broad and muscular, but spare and clean-limbed.
Had I been a courageous or a muscular man I could have struck him.
With a sweep of his muscular arm he swung it open—and gasped!
Power for muscular labor can be furnished only by generous food.