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buffed

Showing muscle definition, usually in an attractive or appealing way. There are so many buffed guys at this gym that it's hard to concentrate on working out! Can you believe how buffed I look after just three sessions with the personal trainer?
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buff(ed)

(bəft)
mod. strong; muscular. He has such buff legs! Does he have a job or does he just work out?
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Halo is a hazy area of the coating that usually forms around the edges of the unsanded buffed area.
Using a diamond saw, he sliced the ax parallel to the polished surface and then buffed the new surfaces with commercial polishing equipment using three abrasives: diamond, corundum, and quartz.
To apply hands are firstly sterilised and the nail plate lightly buffed and dehydrated before a tip is applied.
The formulation, Disc Guard 2, is a liquid compound of special emulsifiable resins that are buffed on and off a disc.
After the grinding operation the parts will go on to be buffed.
Feldman and his colleagues had assumed the ice was buffed in a scattered dusty frost mixed with moon soil.