[ UK /bˈa‍ɪsəps/ ]
[ US /ˈbaɪˌsɛps/ ]
  1. any skeletal muscle having two origins (but especially the muscle that flexes the forearm)
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How To Use biceps In A Sentence

  • And on his right biceps is the message of his life. - Dixon leads Final Four tough corps
  • It was human in base construction, a platform for large, menacing pectorals and biceps.
  • Polly led the way down the sidewalk, her tank top wet at the breastbone, her silky biceps made wooden by her cargo. SURE OF YOU
  • He does some other weird stuff then like knock people over using chi, and pull a railway locomotive along by cables attached to huge piercings right through his biceps, insane but not as miraculous as the electrical stuff.
  • Highlights were arms, chest and hams with standout poses being side chest (full length, a view that captures separated hamstrings) and back double biceps.
  • With biceps tendinosis, the physical examination reveals tenderness of the distal biceps tendon that increases with resisted flexion and supination.
  • One of the striking things that stand out with gymnasts are their amazing arms and shoulders ... even the guy who finished 30th at Nationals was ripped with each and every nuance of the deltoids, triceps and biceps shredded.
  • Like your triceps, you usually work your biceps through a semicircular plane, so training them on a straight plane can be a welcome change.
  • I can boast coconut deltoids, pulsating pectorals, bulging biceps and six pack abdominals.
  • Yet now and then you feel the tug, standing in front of a full-length mirror, fantasizing about cannonball shoulders and chiseled biceps.
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