delts


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delts

(dɛlts)
n.pl.
Informal. deltoid muscles.
[1965–70]
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If the Delts had lapsed into the poor judgment of courting me, who was I to argue?
I have never knowingly whaled on my abs or ripped my delts and if I had ever spent time pumping my guns I certainly wouldn't be telling you about it.
S-1: `Oh, but these are the Delts, the guys whose motto is `We don't get mad, we get even,' and they've been wanting to rub the Neidermeyer noses in it since they didn't graduate nearly 40 years ago so - '
Its scouting report: ``The tie-ins between his arms and delts are incredible - his structure, quality of muscle and definition are best in the NBA.
Quads, delts, traps, pecs, bi's and tri's--all body parts must be artfully sculpted into a well-proportioned whole.
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The Delts on University have volleyball games on grass in front of their house.
Humongous hamstrings, bulging biceps and dangerous delts are obvious attributes of professional athletes.
Samson in its fullest version takes three-and-a-quarter hours (not including the intermissions), singers will need to work on their delts and biceps just to hold up their copies.