muscled

adjective
mus·cled | \ˈmə-səld \

Definition of muscled 

: having muscles especially of a specified kind often used in combination hard-muscled arms

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Long relegated to the legs of old or injured folks, too weak-muscled to counter gravity’s forces, the socks have finally pushed their way into widespread use by more vigorous beings. Judi Dash, The Denver Post, "Travel Gear: Progressive Compression Run Socks 2.0 from CEP," 2 May 2017

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1628, in the meaning defined above

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muscled

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of muscled

: having large muscles or muscles of a specified kind

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