adjective, beef·i·er, beef·i·est.
- beefsteak fungus,
- beefsteak mushroom,
- beefsteak plant,
- beefsteak tomato,
- beehive house,
- beehive round,
- beehive state,
- beehive tomb
Origin of beefy
Examples from the Web for beefy
There is no sign of the beefy NHL players who usually inhabit the place.The Most Depressing Show on Earth: Amongst the Clowns of Newark|Lizzie Crocker|March 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He was twenty, blond, beefy, even younger than Sonny, and just starting with the Hernando, Mississippi, ambulance team.The Strange and Mysterious Death of Mrs. Jerry Lee Lewis|Richard Ben Cramer|January 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He wears large turbans, sports a long and bushy gray beard, is some six-feet three inches tall and weighs a beefy 250 pounds.
Never mind the fact that he was 45 pounds underweight when he auditioned to play the beefy lead.Spartacus Hero Liam McIntyre’s Unlikely Rise into the Role|Adam Auriemma|January 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He was a beefy figure who never quite lost his German accent despite living all his adult life in the United States.
The yokel came on in all the pride of his beefy strength, for ha knew that he was going to finish the "swell" this round.Acton's Feud|Frederick Swainson
He rose heavily to his feet and labored to and fro across the floor, with his beefy hands clasped behind his back.The Story of the Foss River Ranch|Ridgwell Cullum
He, and not the beefy brute or the intellectual paragon, would be Superman.A Poor Man's House|Stephen Sydney Reynolds
Weve got to run the other company to-morrow, and its up to us to see Beefy through.John Brown|Captain R. W. Campbell
One was a beefy man in a gold-laced cream-colored dress tunic; he had thick lips and a too-ready laugh.Last Enemy|Henry Beam Piper