overmuscled

overmuscled

(ˌəʊvəˈmʌsəld)
adj
(Anatomy) having muscles developed to excess
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When we visited--and tasted--the white rum went down wonderfully smoothly, and a barrel sample of the golden, still weighing in at an overmuscled 65 percent alcohol by volume, packed a powerful punch.
Canseco was once a good and popular player, but today most people remember him as an overmuscled knucklehead who didn't take the game seriously, a steroid down who once accidentally fielded a fly ball with his head.
He added that it wouldn't surprise him if these overmuscled markets continue to have fewer players.
Those are men who have grown up with buffed-up action figures and a media representation of an overmuscled male ideal.
The Cold War stands out as a period in which two overmuscled adversaries, more alike than not, resolutely and mindlessly stockpiled capabilities for the purpose of tacit threat making so as to avoid the actual use of force and the risks of escalation.
Seems to me there are far too many overmuscled, smash and grunt merchants in the women's game.
As part of his makeover, he's lost that ponytail that made him look like an overmuscled girl hockey player.
But there was a sense at the conference--as the cruise missiles slammed into Belgrade from Navy ships and Air Force bombers, as the Marines lashed out at Serbia from their floating platforms in the Adriatic, as Special Forces forward observers ripped off their American flag shoulder patches and slipped into Kosovo (a KLA colonel told me), and as the 1st Infantry hunkered redfaced in Macedonia minus three POWs--that maybe the conventional Army itself was lagging toward a form of obsolescence, a big, brawny scarecrow, overmuscled, risk-averse, and not so productive, the last ones interpreting the Powell Doctrine's criterion of marshaling overwhelming force against an enemy to mean a whole bunch of people with a lot of heavy equipment but nothing much to do.