Sinewy



adjective
1.
having strong sinews:
a sinewy back.
2.
of or like sinews; tough, firm, braided, or resilient:
a sinewy rope.
3.
having conspicuous sinews; stringy:
tough, sinewy meat.
4.
vigorous or forceful, as language, style, etc.:
a sinewy argument.
adjective
1.
consisting of or resembling a tendon or tendons
2.
muscular; brawny
3.
(esp of language, style, etc) vigorous; forceful
4.
(of meat, etc) tough; stringy

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