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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.I Was Deeply Involved in War in Afghanistan for More Than a Decade. Here's What We Must Learn | James Stavridis | August 16, 2021 | Time
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.
The overall effect is reminiscent of a cheerful, hulking bubble.Is Kanye West’s zipperless puffer the start of Gap’s revival? | Marc Bain | June 8, 2021 | Quartz
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.Antarctica cruises are booming. But can the continent handle it? | Elizabeth Heath | April 15, 2021 | Washington Post
Today, the hulking structure sits abandoned across the street from the tavern like a gray wooden phantom.
Police Officer Daniel Pantaleo then sought to bring the hulking Garner down by yoking him around the neck.
A hulking defender breaks into the backfield and takes him down with a vicious clothesline tackle.Two New Films Preach Our Nation’s Corrosive Gridiron Gospel | Steve Almond | September 20, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The beasts are huge, hulking, fast and unpredictable—tons of muscle, horn and thundering hooves.
Patinkin imbues Saul with a hulking presence that fills entire rooms.Give Mandy Patinkin an Emmy Nomination for ‘Homeland,’ Already! | Jason Lynch | July 17, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The man who wrote about hulking linebackers nibbling melon in the Texas dusk.
A Dutchman—what you would call a Swede—a hulking beggar, came up from the fo'c'sle very much the worse for wear.Jaffery | William J. Locke
And I understood how it had come to pass that our hulking old ogre had fallen in love with her so desperately.Jaffery | William J. Locke
Careless Tom, or hulking Tom (not necessarily in disapproval).Lives of the Most Eminent Painters Sculptors and Architects | Giorgio Vasari
Who told her John had the fever—a great, strong, hulking fellow like that?John Ingerfield and Other Stories | Jerome K. Jerome
Mr. Wansley surveyed in silence the hulking, disordered figure now coming forward from the after companion.Cursed | George Allan England
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