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
Can, who quickly became a fan favourite for blend of style and brawn, spent his first season at Anfield filling in a number of roles that included right-back.
Unlike conventional soldiers, they are trained not for brawn and obedience but for skill and independence.
Stanford center Jesse Burkett is a nice combination of brains and brawn.
To scare ’em like T’Challa (or his all-female security team), put on a form-fitting costume that showcases your powerful brown brawn.
Maria’s brawn disabled radar, weather stations and cell towers that prevented officials both on the American territory and on the continental United States from knowing the true impact of the storm’s intensity.
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.
Globalization and technological change have steadily eroded — and continue to erode — the demand for American brawn.
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.
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Origin and Etymology of brawn
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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