Definition of Muscling

1. n. Exhibition or representation of the muscles.



Definition of Muscling

1. Verb. (present participle of ''muscle'') ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Muscling

1. muscle [v] - See also: muscle

Medical Definition of Muscling

1. Exhibition or representation of the muscles. "A good piece, the painters say, must have good muscling, as well as colouring and drapery." (Shaftesbury) Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Muscling

muscles of head
muscles of larynx
muscles of mastication
muscles of neck
muscles of the back
muscles of thorax
muscles of tongue
muscles up
musclewoman
musclewomen
musclewood
musclewoods
muscley
musclier
muscliest
muscling (current term)
muscling up
musclings
muscly
muscoid
muscoids
muscology
muscone
muscones
muscose
muscosity
muscovado
muscovados
muscovite
muscovites

Literary usage of Muscling

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1. Productive Horse Husbandry by Carl Warren Gay (1914)
"Massiveness, which suggests heavy muscling with the thick, bulky power variety; therefore, a horse cannot be drafty without being massive. 7. Bone. ..."

2. Production Engineering and Cost Keeping for Machine Shops by William Rupert Basset, Johnson Heywood (1922)
"Where production is not planned, the method of getting work through the shop may be described as "muscling" it through. The "muscling" is done either by ..."

3. Production Engineering and Cost Keeping for Machine Shops by William Rupert Basset, Johnson Heywood (1922)
"The "muscling" is done either by foremen or tracers. Under this plan of running the shop, the foreman is given a copy of the sales order or perhaps a bill ..."

4. Management and Breeding of Horses by Merritt Wesley Harper (1913)
"The heavy muscling of the legs above the knees and hocks is one of the special features of the breed. The lower legs are devoid of long hair, and are clean ..."

5. An Inverted Sort of Prayer by Chris F. Needham (2006)
"... pews before spreading out around the turn, growing smaller and smaller and gliding fluidly from afar, up close though bunching and muscling and flogging ..."

6. Report by American Genetic Association (1907)
"... of plant into animal products; and (3) heavy yielders of dressed carcasses which show profuse muscling and quality of flesh without too small bone. ..."

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