brawny in Arabic
in order to soften the enemies that were threatening them with their bayonets. A brawny Teuton came up to Desnoyers sticking onto his back. It was Redbeard.
"Could be," the brawny one says, turning to look at me.
"This is the entrance," the brawny one says.
The Gatekeeper is a giant of a man, thick-skinned and brawny, as big as I have ever seen.
He took off his shirt and revealed a brawny body.
Brawny and Marie, and they told me that he'd been bit by a giant beetle.
Because you're big and brawny and an athlete and what they call a top guy and a hard hitter?
He stood still brawny, there is no iota of wounds in the body.
Instead of fleeing, he chose to fight barehanded against a brawny member of the weasel family.
She made the case that if we break down in the middle of nowhere, your Nebraska backwoods skills and brawny hands will give us the best chance to survive in the wild.
(of a person) possessing physical strength and weight; rugged and powerful: sinewy, hefty, powerful, muscular, strong