Muscle Definition

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# Sentence Times
31. A journalist has tried to muscle in on my exclusive story. 1
32. A knot sometimes forms in a tired muscle. 1
33. A lack of magnesium causes muscles to go into spasm. 1
34. A large, thickly muscled and leather-masked cultist draped a black, eyeless hood over the victim's head before pulling a foot-long spike from his sash. 1
35. A Latino in an abbreviated muscle-alone with uninhibited grace. 0
36. A lot of studies showed that resynthesis of phosphocreatine in muscle can be increased and strength and speed of athletes can be improved through creatine supplementation. 1
37. A massage will relax those tense muscles. 1
38. A massage would soothe his aching muscles. 1
39. A Medic plucked out a needle-pistol and fired with splendid accuracy at Bjortson's muscle-corded neck. 0
40. A method for detecting florfenicol residue in eel muscle was established. 1
41. A method for determination of diazepam in swine muscle with liquid chromatography - tandem mass spectrometry was established. 1
42. A method of detecting mebendazole residue in eel muscles was established. 1
43. A method was established to simultaneously detect colistin, bacitracin, virginiamycin residues in animal tissues, such as muscle, liver and kidney, by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry. 1
44. A muscle biopsy is positive for fungus. 1
45. A muscle contracts when it is irritated by an electric shock. 1
46. A muscle electric inducing apparatus on the basis of USB 2.0 was introduced. 1
47. A muscle in his jaw pulsed angrily. 1
48. A muscle mid-thigh, the sartorius, works to refine this action. 1
49. A muscle near her right cheekbone fluttered at erratic intervals, and the nail polish was chipped. 1
50. A muscle pull cut short his training. 1
51. A muscle tear will leave a scar after healing. 1
52. A muscle tensed a fraction in his jaw. 1
53. A neurotransmitter is a chemical that nerve cells use to communicate with each other and with muscles. 1
54. A nice hot bath - just the thing to relax sore muscles. 1
55. A nutritional deficiency of co-enzyme Q10 can affect muscle status, circulation, cardiovascular health, blood pressure and severely deplete the immune system. 1
56. A plausible possibility is the existence of a predisposed subset of individuals with impaired ability to clear aluminium from the deltoid muscle. 1
57. A proper warm-up and stretching of all major muscle groups is necessary, with emphasis towards the entire hip girdle and shoulder girdle , including the pecs. 1
58. A protein found in muscle cells that, together with actin, forms actomyosin, which provides the contractile mechanism of muscle tissue. 2
59. A regular brisk walk will improve muscle tone . 1
60. A ring of muscle, the cardiac sphincter, surrounds the esophagus at this point. 1
 

Muscle

[ˈməsəl]

NOUN

muscles (plural noun)

  - a band or bundle of fibrous tissue in a human or animal body that has the ability to contract, producing movement in or maintaining the position of parts of the body.

  - physical power; strength.

VERB
informal
NORTH AMERICAN

muscles (third person present) · muscled (past tense) · muscled (past participle) · muscling (present participle)

  - move (an object) in a particular direction by using one's physical strength.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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Amphi-
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Anglo-
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Auto-
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List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En