from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Muscular in build; brawny: a beefy wrestler.
- adj. Substantial; filling: "a rather . . . beefy, densely colored wine” ( Robert M. Parker, Jr.)
- adj. Filled with beef.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Similar to, or tasting like beef.
- adj. Containing beef.
- adj. Strong or muscular.
- adj. Sturdy; robust.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having much beef; of the nature of beef; resembling beef; fleshy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Ox-like; hence, fleshy; obese; solid.
- Brawny; muscular; hardy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. muscular and heavily built
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Dr Cheryl Bongiovanni, who has used the product on more than 1,000 patients in Oregon, said: "When you spray it on, you see the treated tissue ‘pink up’ and go beefy, which is good because it means the oxygen supply has resumed."
Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2004 beef and bacon aka beefy yes! that's the name of my new dog! it's a boxer with an "excellent" on her cert.! she's a pretty old dog though ... bout 5+yrs. i'll upload some pictures somewhere ...
She was tall and of fine proportion, though by no means verging to that state of body which our excellent American friend and critic Mr Hawthorne has described as beefy and has declared to be the general condition of English ladies of Lady Monk's age.
American friend and critic Mr Hawthorne has described as beefy and has declared to be the general condition of English ladies of Lady
During the segment, Colbert took a few bites of the Bell's Beefy Crunch Burrito, all the while describing the meat inside using words like "beefy,""beefish," and even "beef-esque."
To them, grass-fed meat just has a "beefy,""distinctive" and "pleasant" taste to it -- a taste you can't get from factory-farmed meat you buy in the supermarket -- a taste they are sure New York diners and chefs will want to seek out.
So "beefy" is the mighty BB65 that it will only accept the "Zed2" crankset, which means that no matter what you're riding right now your crank is too small for this bicycle.
And yes, chain dropped 3 times yesterday, but I don't ride a carbon bike with a 'beefy' bottom bracket for the chain to get stuck in, so I just get rolling and shifting until the chain landed where I wanted it.
Firstly, everybody knows the adjective "beefy" should be reserved exclusively for the bottom bracket area.
While not "beefy" by James Huangian standards, you may note that the bike uses a single chainring sandwiched by a couple of chainring guards, and that it also includes vibration dampeners on the fenders.