Definition of hardbody in English:

hardbody

Syllabification: hard·bod·y
Pronunciation: /ˈhärdˌbädē
 
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noun (plural hardbodies)

informal
A person with very toned or well-developed muscles: you’re in the cockpit of a ragtop Testarossa with a tanned, blond hardbody at your side
More example sentences
  • And if these exciting steps forward really do change America's eating habits, we can all look forward to a summer filled with even more toned hardbodies than usual.
  • But playing mixed presenting doubles with Sue Barker will probably be a doddle for the towering hardbody, who effortlessly sails through one of the busiest schedules in sports broadcasting.
  • WORK YOUR ABS and your ego with the hardbodies at the new David Barton Gym in Chelsea, where DJs spin tunes, the floors are faux leather, and you can watch a fiber-optic light show in the steam bath.

Derivatives

hardbodied

adjective
More example sentences
  • There you have 60s woman, 70s woman and 80s woman: the first with blonde curls and a miniskirt, focused on her man; the next with shaggy dark hair, focused on a wider cause; and the third hardbodied and narcissistic.
  • Women don't CHOOSE to feel the emotion called ATTRACTION for jerks any more than YOU choose to feel the emotion called ATTRACTION for young, beautiful, hardbodied women.
  • This hardbodied St-Henri heartbreaker has been ‘infatuated with the metro system’ ever since first moving here from Winnipeg in 1995.

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