thewed


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thewed

(θjuːd)
adj
1. (Biology) having muscles or thews
2. having or being well trained in morals and manners
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He was smooth and rosy-skinned, cherubic-faced, with a thatch of curly yellow hair, but his body was hugely thewed as a Hercules'.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION: awed; dewar; dewater; draw; drawee; drew; ewer; hewed; hewer; tawed; tawer; thaw; thawed; thew; thewed; threw; twee; tweed; wade; wader; ward; ware; wart; water; watered; wear; weather; WEATHERED; weed; weeder; were; wert; weta; wether; whare; what; wheat; whee; where; whereat; whet; wrath; wreath; wreathe; wreathed.