He exploited a physique that most would try desperately to diminish.
But they appear to be cut for the sort of woman who has the physique of a 12-year-old boy.
And young men developed a sense for the age of a girl and her physique, purely from the way she walked.
Slim trousers appeared to have been constructed of a kind of mesh, the tiny holes aerating the physique.
The other is a Jersey bruiser, with a (much-discussed) physique reminiscent of Tony Soprano after a doughnut bender.
These latter suggest the physique of Grimaldi rather than of Cro-Magnon artists.
The physique of the true fashionable is peculiar and characteristic.
Imagine the variety of character and physique in a city like London.
Our workmen and soldiers are large in physique, but dwarfed of intellect.
He was a homesteader who taught the McClure school that winter, a slim, round-shouldered chap, rather frail in physique.
physique phy·sique (fĭ-zēk')
The body considered with reference to its proportions, muscular development, and appearance.