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Muscular vs. Stocky

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Muscularadjective

Of, relating to, or connected with muscles.

Stockyadjective

(of a person or an animal) Sturdy; solidly built; heavy and compact.

Muscularadjective

Brawny, thewy, having strength.

Stockyadjective

Short and thick; thick rather than tall or corpulent.

‘Stocky, twisted, hunchback stems.’;

Muscularadjective

Having large, well-developed muscles.

Stockyadjective

Headstrong.

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Muscularadjective

(figurative) Strong, robust.

Stockyadjective

heavy and compact in form or stature;

‘a wrestler of compact build’; ‘he was tall and heavyset’; ‘stocky legs’; ‘a thick middle-aged man’; ‘a thickset young man’;

Muscularadjective

Of or pertaining to a muscle, or to a system of muscles; consisting of, or constituting, a muscle or muscles; as, muscular fiber.

‘Great muscular strength, accompanied by much awkwardness.’;

Muscularadjective

Performed by, or dependent on, a muscle or the muscles.

Muscularadjective

Well furnished with muscles; having well-developed muscles; brawny; hence, strong; powerful; vigorous; as, a muscular body or arm.

Muscularadjective

of or relating to or consisting of muscle;

‘muscular contraction’;

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Muscularadjective

having a robust muscular body-build characterized by predominance of structures (bone and muscle and connective tissue) developed from the embryonic mesodermal layer

Muscularadjective

having or suggesting great physical power or force;

‘the muscular and passionate Fifth Symphony’;

Muscularadjective

(of a person) possessing physical strength and weight; rugged and powerful;

‘a hefty athlete’; ‘a muscular boxer’; ‘powerful arms’;

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