untoned

untoned

(ʌnˈtəʊnd)
adj
1. (Art Terms) art (of materials, esp paper) not given any tint or shade of colour; white
2. (Photography) (of a photographic print) that has not been toned by treatment with chemicals
3. (Anatomy) (of the body) not firm and strong
4. (Psychology) (of the mind) not mentally sharp
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Dogs who are not very active also strain their ligaments more, as their untoned muscles don't contribute much to the task of holding things in place.
Other terms of recent vintage and growing usage featuring on the annual list include "clean eating" for a diet that contains only natural foods, "dadbod" for a male physique that is untoned but still attractive, and "manspreading" to describe hogging space on public transit by draping legs over two seats.
Dadbod:An untoned and slightly plump male physique, especially one considered attractive.
When he took his parents to Mexico and their pale, untoned frames were caught stumbling out of the sea, they were ridiculed for not knowing their place was in a Blackpool chip-shop queue.
Muscles that are tight, weak and untoned are more injury-prone than strong, flexible and resilient muscles.
Thut, like muffin top and the stubborn flab under your arms, is the untoned meeting place of your upper thighs and bum, News.com.au reported.
But when I saw the photos, I realised they hid nothing and left me looking chubby and untoned.
See their untoned bodies, bodies that give birth and sweep floors and catch buses to thrift stores open only on Wednesdays and sometimes Saturdays.
With that beautiful face, we strongly suggest a fashion makeover for the actress who has repeatedly been in the news for her bland outfits and her untoned body.
I decided to go down this route because you never see an untoned or overweight athlete.