There was some talk, that maybe, just maybe, this sinewy kid would be a hell of a ticket asset.
A sinewy woman emerges, stepping out onto the gray city sidewalk.
His flesh is sagging a bit, but he is still trim and looks lean, sinewy and tough.
Charles Ray has a suite of 15 ink-on-paper paintings in an adjacent room, depicting flowers with sinewy, rainbow-colored petals.
The sinewy muscles of his arms bunched together fiercely at his shoulder.
“Hold the child closely,” he directed, and bodily lifted mother and babe in his strong, sinewy arms.
But Modred was in the pride of youth; muscular and sinewy was the frame of Modred.
Were they not rather on a par with the glossy skin of the wild beast, its slim, sinewy legs, which show hardly any muscle?
The man is of a fine American type, sinewy, resolute, hawk-eyed.
Tall, slim, and sinewy was she, with the quick strength of a boy.