(1) Her body is a mass of contradictions - strong yet frail-looking, sinewy yet delicate.(2) He was a small, sinewy man, 67 years old.(3) Drinking his orange juice he watches her flick through a Vogue, stopping to examine the androgynous, sinewy form of some teenage model.(4) She says protection is the fiercest instinct — sinewy , jagged, unpredictable.(5) Charlton is looking, in language, for something beyond what he calls "the sinewy slippage of language"'.(6) He plunges into each situation without preamble, then utilizes sinewy , staccato prose to snare our attention.(7) Physically, Close seems wrong: she is pointy of face, sinewy of frame.(8) The band's 1998 debut Hope Is Important was chock full of sinewy indie-punk riffs.(9) A place where the contours of the land itself forms a kind of sinewy poetry.(10) First, he did his little purr thing, followed by his sinewy arch thing.