Having a body, especially of a specified kind. Often used in combination: strong-bodied; weak-bodied. (adjective)
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Use "bodied" in a sentence
"Something has to give and it's not a thin bodied animal such as a whitetail."
""One of the reasons why I do able-bodied is because the disabled events don't have any long distance races.""
"Being a woman who was born male-bodied is a pretty random thing anyway – and as for everything that follows from that, all the changes, well – just how much random does a girl need in one life, exactly?"