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synonyms for hulking

  • bulky
  • gargantuan
  • gigantic
  • imposing
  • lumbering
  • mammoth
  • towering
  • big
  • clumsy
  • colossal
  • cumbersome
  • elephantine
  • enormous
  • extensive
  • grand
  • great
  • heavy
  • hefty
  • huge
  • immense
  • large
  • monumental
  • solid
  • titanic
  • tremendous
  • unwieldy
  • weighty
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antonyms for hulking

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  • dwarfed
  • little
  • miniature
  • miniscule
  • small
  • tiny
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How to use hulking in a sentence

The hulking platforms of the Cold War, upon which we continued to invest a great deal of financial and operational resources, were suddenly far less relevant.
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His downtown operation, a hulking leaden-blue building with giant fans, could be so exquisitely stinky that we kids would hold our breath and pray that the stoplight stayed green whenever we had to pass it.
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The overall effect is reminiscent of a cheerful, hulking bubble.
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Today, purpose-built expedition ships are a far cry from the hulking research vessels of old, and for new ships, luxury is most often the norm.
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Today, the hulking structure sits abandoned across the street from the tavern like a gray wooden phantom.
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Still handcuffed, Ramos was placed in the back of a clinic cruiser and taken downtown to the Justice Center, a hulking, block-long concrete complex of courts, the city police headquarters and the county jail.
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A Dutchman—what you would call a Swede—a hulking beggar, came up from the fo'c'sle very much the worse for wear.
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And I understood how it had come to pass that our hulking old ogre had fallen in love with her so desperately.
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Careless Tom, or Hulking Tom (not necessarily in disapproval).
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Who told her John had the fever—a great, strong, hulking fellow like that?
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