Definition of bodied
: having a body of a specified kind —used in combination full-bodied glass-bodied
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On Jan. 1, 2016, there were 49,940 able-bodied adults without dependents utilizing the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as SNAP or food stamps.
Many of them have a formidable medium- to full-bodied roundness, often with zingy acidity to boot.
The big-bodied, class of 2018 pass-catcher, out of Skyview High School (Vancouver, Washington), showed excellent body control, soft hands, impressive route-running technique and an ability to go up and make the tough catch.
Jason is a big-bodied, athletic receiver who has a tremendous set of hands and is aggressive when attacking the football.
The tight, full-bodied playing of the string section?
For instance, it's estimated that 95% of characters with disabilities on TV are played by able-bodied actors.
MECCA, Saudi Arabia — Technology has changed the way Muslims experience the hajj pilgrimage, a rite required at least once in a lifetime of able-bodied faithful who can afford the trip to Mecca.
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