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sinewy

consisting of or resembling a tendon or tendons
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Do not you ever read the history of your country as it was many hundreds of years ago, before this ugly thing they call civilization weakened the sinews of our race and besmirched the very face of duty?
The muscles stood up sharply under the network of sinews, covered with this delicate, mobile skin, soft as satin, and they were hard a bone.
Materials include: wood, sinew, feathers, cotton, shell, glass, hazel, spruce, ferns, and grass.
Hides were stitched together in various places by Red Horse using sinew to hold them in place.
com says "athletes come from all over the world to combine muscle and sinew and mental strength".
tight, fingering the wound, the open sinew, sticky gem pot in the lap of
He simply threw every sinew in the direction of the ball and got it into the net.
I'm not suggesting we hold an annual festive hunt of cloning loin cloths, sinew backed bows and stuffing sweet grass in the buck's mouth before eating its liver, raw, all to honor our ancestors.
The title track is a simple delight gently picked out on guitar; Never Gonna recalls Cat Stevens; Heart Of Stone adds swamp rock sinew.
When you see a child having to stretch every sinew to perform a task like that, it does make you think.
Two mighty forces straining every sinew to the last to be victorious, writes Phil Agius.
But as she reached out to shake hands with a fan, her arms appeared to be just bones and sinew.