burly[ bur-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF burly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BURLY
Some big, burly, brainless cur of a fellow was always ahead of me.
No burly drayman or big butts of beer, were wanted for apologies.
Old Dismukes was with them; burly, bushy, dingy, on a huge roan charger.
On the sidewalk, a queue of men was being held in line by a burly cop.
A burly man with bushy whiskers was waiting for us at the door.
He was a short man, burly, with curly hair, and not an unpleasant face.
A burly Cumbrian came into the box, and gave the name of Thomas Scroope.
The under sheriff and a burly fellow in black were standing side by side.
It opened at that moment, and a burly, elderly man came in heavily.
One of the burly Swiss caught him by the neck in a grip that made him cry out with pain.