Brawny in a sentence

Use Brawny in a sentence

Brawny;

Meaning: [adjective]muscular, very strong;

The thief was easy to spot: brawny and tall, mustached and fair-haired.

Two brawny men were carrying out the largest flat-screen TV she’d ever seen.

The thief was easy to spot: brawny and tall, mustached and fair-haired.

He looks like a troll: short, brawny, and thick waisted. He has the knotted muscles, like the Popeye forearms.

Canale’s brawny physique earned him the nickname “the Walking Billboard”.

The sails moved in obedience to her command without the medium of brawny arms to pull on brace or sheet.

A brawny , brown-faced old man looks as though his face has been squashed by a rock.

He worked calmly , his eyes fixed in on the front of the boat , with brawny arms .

She seized it by the neck, raised her great brawny arm and smashed the bottle down on a rock.