muscle-bound

musclebound

[muhs-uhl-bound]
adjective
1.
having enlarged and inelastic muscles, as from excessive exercise.
2.
rigid; inflexible: musclebound rules.

Origin:
1875–80; muscle + -bound1

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muscle-bound
 
adj
1.  having overdeveloped and inelastic muscles
2.  lacking flexibility

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musclebound mus·cle·bound or mus·cle-bound (mŭs'əl-bound')
adj.
Having inelastic, overdeveloped muscles that function poorly together for concerted action.

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