The school, in my judgment, has always had an abusive environment—emotionally, intellectually, socially, athletically.
The carefully groomed, athletically muscled younger man in the big wicker lounging-chair laughed easily.
"The Cenci" is austere; for Shelley, it is athletically economical.
Nothing could have been finer, athletically considered, than his attitude at this moment of the trader's speculative observation.
He was a general favourite, and, though not athletically inclined, was always ready to assist in acting cox or kindred work.
Then, of course, there is the young person who is athletically inclined, and insists on wearing sport clothes on all occasions.
1630s (athletical is from 1590s), "pertaining to an athlete," from Latin athleticus, from Greek athletikos, from athletes (see athlete). Meaning "strong of body; vigorous; lusty; robust" [Johnson, who spells it athletick] is from 1650s.