Examples of beefcake in a Sentence
He's not a great actor but he gets roles anyway because of all the moviegoers interested in beefcake.
He's one of Hollywood's most celebrated beefcakes.
Recent Examples of beefcake from the Web
Willson’s efforts, which included quelling gay rumors about Hudson by having the beefcake star marry the agent’s secretary, Phyllis Gates, are recounted in painstaking detail.
So in the Season 9 closer, Pam saw him (beefcake alert!) taking a shower, and the entire season was revealed to be a dream.
Vahishta Vafadari’s Roxane feels far too contemporary and savvy a woman to be taken in by the trickery Cyrano and lovestruck Christian (Zach Livinston) play upon her, where the poetic former provides the words for the beefcake latter.
And HuffPost reports that the calendars featured beefcake photos of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Finland cultivated many photo scrapbooks (his archives) and re-created them as pencil drawings — gay fantasies that became part of the beefcake genre put forth by other photographers, including his friend Robert Mapplethorpe.
Calling on all 40 year old single moms in #delco Meet me at Craigs Tavern tonight for your Valentine's day #beefcake dinner.
Let the audience have some guilt-free nerd beefcake, man!
One man who clearly knows this is perpetually underrated actor Chris Pine, who finally distinguished himself from all the other Chris beefcakes of Hollywood and proved his worth to the masses in Wonder Woman, the second-biggest movie of the year.
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BEEFCAKE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of beefcake for English Language Learners
: men who are muscular and attractive
: a muscular and attractive man
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