Hardbody



[hahrd-bod-ee] /ˈhɑrdˌbɒd i/

noun, plural hardbodies. Slang.
1.
a person who is muscular and physically fit.
noun

the physique of someone who is extremely physically fit and has well-developed muscles; the body of a devoted weight-lifter
Word Origin

1960-65
Usage Note

informal; hard-bodied, adj.

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