bulky

[ buhl-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bulky

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BULKY

It represents a sort of nut, itself too bulky for a railway truck.

Something had dropped shapeless, bulky at her feet and she could not see Mr. Stewart.

From one of them I pulled out a bulky notebook and a number of loose papers.

But La Teuse also rose and barred his way with her bulky figure.

Mrs. Stover's bulky figure was already on the way to the door of the house.

And nearly in the middle was the bulky, immaculate, pigmented Ribiera.

With crops which are perishable or bulky, "processing" must be performed locally.

By that time she was no more to us than a bulky shadow maneuvering a little way off.

Hillard found among his a bulky envelope post-marked Naples.

Already it formed a bulky volume of many hundred typewritten pages.

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