brawny

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brawn·y

 (brô′nē)
adj. brawn·i·er, brawn·i·est
Strong and muscular. See Synonyms at muscular.

brawn′i·ly adv.
brawn′i·ness n.

brawny

(ˈbrɔːnɪ)
adj, brawnier or brawniest
muscular and strong
ˈbrawnily adv
ˈbrawniness n

brawn•y

(ˈbrɔ ni)

adj. brawn•i•er, brawn•i•est.
muscular; strong.
[1375–1425]
brawn′i•ly, adv.
brawn′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.brawny - (of a person) possessing physical strength and weightbrawny - (of a person) possessing physical strength and weight; rugged and powerful; "a hefty athlete"; "a muscular boxer"; "powerful arms"
strong - having strength or power greater than average or expected; "a strong radio signal"; "strong medicine"; "a strong man"

brawny

adjective muscular, strong, powerful, athletic, strapping, hardy, robust, vigorous, hefty (informal), sturdy, stalwart, bulky, burly, husky (informal), fleshy, beefy (informal), lusty, well-built, sinewy, thickset, well-knit, thewy Oscar turned out to be a brawny young man.
thin, weak, weakly, frail, skinny, undeveloped, weedy (informal), scrawny, wimpish or wimpy (informal)

brawny

adjective
Characterized by marked muscular development; powerfully built:
Translations
مفتول العضلات، متين البنيه
silnýsvalnatý
muskelstærk
sterkur; vöîvamikill
adaleligüçlü kuvvetli

brawny

[ˈbrɔːnɪ] ADJ (brawnier (compar) (brawniest (superl))) → fornido, musculoso

brawny

[ˈbrɔːni] adjmusclé(e), costaud(e)

brawny

adj (+er)muskulös, kräftig

brawny

[ˈbrɔːnɪ] adjmuscoloso/a

brawn

(broːn) noun
muscle or physical strength.
ˈbrawny adjective
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