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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to muscular:   (297 results)

Antonyms:
ectomorphic, endomorphic, pyknic

Often used in the same context:
lithe, sinewy, beefy, stocky, brawny, wiry, muscly, rangy, lanky, chiseled, burly, masculine, skinny, muscled, virile, flabby, svelte, musclebound, limbed, slender, willowy, angular, thickset, biceps, scrawny, supple, shapely, lantern jaw, husky, agile, tauter, pudgy, skeletal, gangly, manly, corpulent, rawboned, portly, spindly, diminutive, bowlegged, gluteus medius, bearlike, tall, hulky, sickled, squatty, brutish, limber, ropy, pelvic girdle, bony, cerebral, bulgy, lithesome, chubby, tibialis anterior, cleancut, forceful, lank, gawky, bodied, sculpted, exoskeletal, nimble, proportioned, boned, lean, gluteus, chesty, statured, stouter, rotund, voluptuous, gluteus minimus, curvaceous, lissome, tibialis posterior, dystrophic, coltish, expressive, glandular, calisthenic, rakish, slighter, physical, podgy, boyish, hyperkinetic, petite, hypertrophic, butch, tubby, stalky, toned, femoral biceps, womanly, wheezy, birdlike, statuesque, spiky, ungainly, paralysis, dysfunction, physiol, weakness, abnormalities, ailment, anomalies, deconditioning, distress, dyspnoea, fusion, impairment, innervations, malocclusion, musculature, myopathies, nerves, neural, neuropathy, sarcoidosis, muscle, contractile, cular, masticatory, expulsive, myometrial, ordinating, protoplasmic, tive, uncoordinated, volitional, ligamentous, nerve, ordinated, propulsive, quadriceps, sphincteric, coordinated, coordinating

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Synonyms:
athletic, brawny, hefty, mesomorphic, powerful, strong

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— Nouns for muscular: dystrophy, contraction, activity, atrophy, tissue, strength, weakness, system, action, more...

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