Examples of brawn in a Sentence
an actor who is more famous for his brawn than for his talent
Recent Examples of brawn from the Web
Some bobsledders are built; football players come ready-made, needing only to be carved out of an existing block of muscle and brawn.
As far as the game goes, this — like the first matchup — should be a battle of beauty versus brawn.
Eventually, brawn won out over style, as the Italians won 1-0.
The king and kick-butt protector of Wakanda had it all: brawn, brains, wealth and advanced technologies.
One of these days, brawn is going to catch up with brain.
Even with the brawn of Gates and Cisco behind it, Aspect’s $181 million fund isn’t all that menacing to the status quo when compared with the Valley’s biggest names, many of whom raise single funds worth more than $1 billion.
While the study does not list their specific jobs, many work at occupations in which skill and brainpower count more than brawn and endurance.
The Crimson Tide flashed brawn with a physical running game and suffocating pass rush during a 24-6 victory over Clemson in the College Football Playoff semifinal round Monday in New Orleans.
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Origin and Etymology of brawn
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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