Examples of musculature in a Sentence
an athlete with well-developed musculature
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Michelangelo fleshed out the child’s torso and right arm with brown wash and gouache highlights as well as red and black chalk, thereby endowing him not with an infant’s pudgy flesh but with a decidedly statuesque musculature.
Sophia appears even more humanlike thanks to a material that mimics real human musculature and skin that allows her to seem more expressive.
Obama's bare arms were in keeping with contemporary fashion, but their particularly lean musculature also served as a silent disquisition on the subject of physical fitness, one of her early East Wing initiatives.
The animals’ musculature, carved out of pliable basswood, appears dynamic.
The reality is that the back end of our bodies is designed more like a freeway of musculature with a variety of tissue, most notably the gluteus minimus and gluteus medius, but also others, such as the piriformis.
An orthopedist had six appointment slots twice a week for claims related to musculature and the skeleton.
What’s left is nothing notable for the lion, but perfect for the jaw musculature of hyenas, which is even stronger than that of lions.
Is the musculature different in urban and rural coyotes?
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MUSCULATURE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of musculature for English Language Learners
: the muscles of the body or of one of its parts
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