Examples of brawn in a Sentence
an actor who is more famous for his brawn than for his talent
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Marc Eliot has this kind of challenge in hand with Charlton Heston: Hollywood’s Last Icon – a voluminous, and possibly definitive, study one of the big screen’s paragons of brawn and masculinity.
With his sacking and pillaging days behind him, the silent giant takes up with the rural monastery, putting his brawn to use toting water buckets and building things.
Globalization and technological change have steadily eroded — and continue to erode — the demand for American brawn.
SALON-DE-PROVENCE, France — Edvald Boasson Hagen showed that brawn and speed don't guarantee victory at the Tour de France.
Most of the best football players mix brawn and brainpower.
An amalgam of brains and brawn, the little discs turned the punk world on its head.
Yet becoming the franchise’s all-time leader in points during this Stanley Cup Final (surpassing his boss, Mario Lemieux) captures only a slice of the brilliance and brawn (yes, really) that pushed Pittsburgh to the verge of a fifth title.
Also, Incarnato, a former college football player who had been an offensive linebacker at several Division I schools and majored in sociology, was more confident in his brawn and his work ethic than his ability to understand medicine.
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Origin and Etymology of brawn
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of brawn for English Language Learners
: muscular strength
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