- n. Plural form of bulge.
“He sidles up, patting twin bulges in the back of his bird vest.”
“My right drives my blade up and under his ribs until his neck bulges from the point.”
“Promptly a second eye bulges from the head — which, like a lettuce leaf, grows first two, then twice two, then twice twice two and yet more icicles.”
“Morrison, with some effort, allowed for his own miniaturization and grasped the fact that the bulges were the ends of molecules (of phospholipids, he assumed) that made up the cell membrane.”
“That kid is perfect, practically a dead ringer for Jennifer Garner, right down to the weird (but not displeasing) way the skin around Garner's upper lip kind of bulges out sometimes.”
“Craig found three expressions that mimicked facial pain cues found in humans - narrowing of the eyes and "bulges" in the cheeks and nose.”
“The water "bulges" of course, because sailors don't see a flat line as they look to the horizon but a curved one...the curve of a spherical earth.”
“Previous studies of galaxies and their central black holes in the nearby Universe revealed an intriguing connection between the masses of the black holes and of the central "bulges" of stars and gas in the galaxies.”
“Earlier studies of galaxies and their central black holes in the nearby Universe revealed an intriguing linkage between the masses of the black holes and of the central "bulges" of stars and gas in the galaxies.”
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