Crossword clues for bod
- Where to find abs, delts, etc
- Place for pecs and abs
- Physique, shortly
- Hunk or babe's asset
- Word after "beach" or "dad"
- What's shaped at the gym, informally
- Weight lifter's pride, slangily
- Weight lifter's pride, in slang
- Weight lifter's pride
- Thing built in the gym
- Something tanned at a tanning salon, informally
- Slangy physique
- Short physique?
- Short figure?
- Shape, informally
- Sculpted physique, briefly
- Quads and abs and pecs, etc
- Physique, to a weightlifter
- Physique, to a personal trainer
- Physique, loosely
- Physique, in brief
- Physique briefly
- Pecs, abs, etc
- Pecs display case
- Mr. Universe's pride, for short
- Mr. Olympia's pride, for short
- It has quads
- It has pecs and quads
- Informal figure
- He-man's pride
- Gym sight, briefly
- Gym figure
- Figure, informally
- Figure, casually
- Figure, briefly
- Fellow: Brit
- Dad ___ (not exactly a male ideal)
- Dad ___ (flabby physique)
- CrossFit concern
- Compact figure?
- Bombshell's asset
- Anatomy, to a weightlifter
- Abs, pecs, delts, etc
- A hottie has a hot one
- Physique, for short
- Hunk's pride
- What lats and pecs adorn
- Physique, briefly
- Ogler's target
- Physique, slangily
- "What a ___!" (beach comment)
- Workout concern
- Iron pumper's pride
- Hottie's asset
- Muscle Beach sight
- Physique, informally
- Hunk's or babe's asset
- Gym-goer's concern, for short
- Physique, so to speak
- 10's pride
- Gymgoer's pride
- Buff thing
- Hottie's hot thing
- Beachgoer's pride, informally
- What you might microwave something on
- Dad ___ (slang term for a slightly out-of-shape physique)
- Beefcake's pride
- British bloke
- Brit bloke or bird
- Person, to a Brit
- Fellow: Brit.
- Physique, in slang
- Physique, in gym lingo
- Iron-pumper's pride
- Muscleman's asset
- Muscle mag display
- Hunk's physique
- Supermodel's asset
- Hunk's asset
- Gym rat's pride
- Cheesecake feature
- Spa specimen
- Gym specimen
- Beach ___
- Where to find some quads
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1788, "a person," short for body. Meaning "physical body" is recorded from 1933.
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Bod is a BBC1 children's television programme first shown in 1975, with thirteen episodes, based on four original Bod books by Joanne and Michael Cole. It is a cel animated cartoon series narrated by John Le Mesurier & Maggie Henderson with music by Derek Griffiths and produced by David Yates. The four books were published in 1965 in the United Kingdom and later in the United States and France. They are: Bod's Apple, Bod's Present, Bod's Dream and Bod and the Cherry Tree. The French version of Bod's Apple is called La Pomme de Gus.
Before the animated series was commissioned, the four books had been read on another BBC children's programme: Playschool. In 1974, thirteen five-minute episodes were created for transmission on the BBC as part of the Watch with Mother series, and were also sold to Australia's ABC channel. Soon thereafter, it was shown in New Zealand, the Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Poland and Israel. In the United States, Bod aired on Nickelodeon as a segment on the Pinwheel program.
The character of Bod is a boy who lives in a town with Aunt Flo, PC Copper, Frank the Postman and Farmer Barleymow. Each of the characters has their own theme music performed by Griffiths which is heard when they appear. Regular features are animal identification and Bod Snap.
There is also another set of characters who appear in each episode called Alberto Frog and his Amazing Animal Band with artwork by Joanne Cole. This section featured short extracts from famous pieces of classical music as part of the story, and always ended with Alberto choosing a different flavour of milkshake as his reward for solving a problem, and was narrated by Maggie Henderson.
Bod has appeared in Channel 4's 100 Greatest Kids' TV shows and 100 Greatest Cartoons.
At the time of broadcast, the show raised a few eyebrows in the North West of Scotland: Bod is a Scottish Gaelic word that means 'penis'.
BOD, or 4- methyl-2,5,beta-tri methoxy phenethylamine, is a lesser-known psychedelic drug. It is the beta- methoxy analog of 2C-D. BOD was first synthesized by Alexander Shulgin. In his book PiHKAL (Phenethylamines i Have Known And Loved), the dosage range is listed as 15–25 mg, and the duration listed as 8–16 hours. BOD produces strongly distorted open-eye visuals, and some closed-eye visuals. It also has an entheogenic effect and produces humor. Very little data exists about the pharmacological properties, metabolism, and toxicity of BOD.
BOD or bod may refer to:
Usage examples of "bod".
Your party crasher committed repeated acts of sabotage against the bod over the last few months.
Since most mercs consider conscience a sign of weakness and efforts at consolation to be in poor taste, all his bod brothers were avoiding him.
The Health Care Bod identified them as the source of a plague on the Summer World.
The bod staffed the lower-level positions in its organization with slaves.
The official put her in touch with several other bod officials who sounded equally sincere.
Slavers Bod officials carried no visible weapons, brought no soldiers.
Although your attacks have proved irksome, you cannot hope to prevail against the full armed might of the most powerful bod in the system.
You must suspend all hostile actions against our bod during the interim period.
Playacting was not one of her strong points, nor was dealing with people outside of a combat or bod social context.
He saw the central headquarters of the Slavers Bod, literally painted in the blood of its workers.
How could she understand that marriage is not approached as casually as a bod liaison?
All of the weapons she had mastered during her days with the Merc Bod came magically to hand.
Dressed like a captain of the Mercenary Bod, she was hardly in disguise at all.
She found beauty in the glitter of gun cartridges worn as jewelry and in the subsonic murmur of relaxation subliminals piped in over the sound system under the familiar beat of a bod anthem.
The bod had produced a new subclass that would do anything, even the unspeakable, on command.