And so for the opening round of political punditry, we turned to the muscle-bound grapplers themselves.
Hot, scantily clad girl with perpetually dewy skin plus a muscle-bound, invincible, heat-packing man?
Batman is then drawn back to Gotham to do battle with the muscle-bound menace Bane, played by Tom Hardy.
They were larger than he, heavy, muscle-bound giants of great strength, but he was far more active on his feet.
In the early months of the war our democratic processes were muscle-bound.
And I'm glad to see your mind isn't as muscle-bound as your body.
The rigid school is muscle-bound, and lacks life and vitality.
He caught the thought—the breaking of Knell's muscle-bound rigidity.
I thought I was a muscle-bound iron puddler, but they pronounced me an intellectual giant.
He knew every trick of the wrestling game, whereas the other was clumsy and muscle-bound.
musclebound mus·cle·bound or mus·cle-bound (mŭs'əl-bound')
Having inelastic, overdeveloped muscles that function poorly together for concerted action.