- v. present participle of bulge.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. curving or bulging outward. Opposite of
- adj. curving outward.
- adj. curving or bulging outward
- adj. curving outward
“There were dykes (and bykes), dogs, flying condoms, fairy drag queens on stilts, go-go dancers in bulging underwear, and many, many, many hot gay men wandering around in packs, all primped and coiffed and shaved and ready to hit the city.”
“Not to worry, well-muscled youthful ward in bulging skin-tight Speedos ... uh, where was I ...”
“The 5-10, 225-pound Davy had been dedicated to rigorous conditioning since he was a teenager and continues to maintain bulging biceps with regular two-hour workouts.”
“His right leg now has a mound of flesh almost the size of a balled-up fist bulging from the calf.”
“I hope to win it every year," said Iain Hollingshead, who won in 2006 with a novel containing the game-changing phrase "bulging trousers.”
“Gone is the multi-ridge surface that started with the iH5 and continued through so many other iHome models, replaced by a shape that could best be described as a bulging box-a rectangle with gentle curves rather than angular lines on almost all of its surfaces.”
“Produced by Grammy-Award winning Jacquire King (Modest Mouse, Kings Of Leon, Tom Waits, Sea Wolf) and Brian Carter, 'Some Kind Of Salvation' weaves a sound that can losely be described as a bulging mix of scrappy white-boy soul.”
“I recall the bulging fenders, dome-shaped hood, tailgate on chains and running boards.”
“I think [his season] is about getting healthy as opposed to anything else," D'Antoni said of the rookie drafted sixth overall in June, who first suffered what the team called a bulging disk during the Knicks 'first summer league game four months ago.”
“You'll have to tune in tomorrow, though, because John starts getting this funny little eye twitch every time I post more than half a dozen Wrecks at a time, and right now they're kind of bulging out in a way that simply can NOT be healthy.”
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