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beefy

[bee-fee] /ˈbi fi/
adjective, beefier, beefiest.
1.
of or like beef.
2.
brawny; thickset; heavy.
3.
Origin of beefy
1735-1745
1735-45; beef + -y1
Related forms
beefily, adverb
beefiness, noun
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beefy

/ˈbiːfɪ/
adjective beefier, beefiest
1.
like beef
2.
(informal) muscular; brawny
3.
(informal) fleshy; obese
Derived Forms
beefily, adverb
beefiness, noun
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Word Origin and History for beefy
adj.

"brawny," 1743, from beef (n.) in colloquial extended sense "human muscle" + -y (2). Related: Beefiness.

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beefy

adjective

Heavy-set; strong; bulky: I tried to avoid the three beefy characters just ahead/ Reborn for a new calling, the beefy bikes came to be known as ''clunkers'' (mid-1700s+ British)


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