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adjective: Strong; tough; stringy; forceful.
From sinew, from Old English seon(o)we, sionwe, etc. Earliest documented use: 1382.
“Lewis Shiner moved more and more into a lean, sinewy prose style.”
James E. Gunn and Matthew Candelaria; Speculations on Speculation; Scarecrow Press; 2005.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Life has no meaning a priori. ... It is up to you to give it a meaning, and value is nothing but the meaning that you choose. -Jean-Paul Sartre, writer and philosopher (21 Jun 1905-1980)