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  • adv. In a bulbous manner.


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bulbous +‎ -ly


  • Everyone knows crawfish have pointy little heads with long feelers not bulbously obscene heads.

    Wedding Day Jitterbugs

  • In some versions of this story, Gladys is even doing it for payment: the ranks of first-time freelance editors have been swelling bulbously of late.

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  • In both scenes, Hagler purposely makes the characters grotesquely disproportionate, with their heads bulbously perched on tiny bodies.

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  • You know the Want Ad read: WANTED: Harvey Fierstein lookalike to model plush candelabra on bulbously semitic potato head.

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  • There were truncated cones, sometimes terraced or fluted, surmounted by tall cylindrical shafts here and there bulbously enlarged and often capped with tiers of thinnish scalloped disks; and strange beetling, tablelike constructions suggesting piles of multitudinous rectangular slabs or circular plates or five-pointed stars with each one overlapping the one beneath.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • The shimmering canopy that covers the drivers reflects his image, if bulbously.

    Scion of Cyador

  • Suddenly into the room burst Marapper, bulbously, monumentally out of breath.


  • Mr Bickersdyke lowered the paper and glared bulbously at the old

    Psmith in the City

  • The hero's best frenemy is an egg, and a more bulbously tactile egg you'll never see. Top Stories

  • Night of the Living FBoFW: Lynne Johnston's subconscious self-loathing appears in the form of her own bulbously drawn bottom, or else it's a guest-artist's conscious resentment.

    Blogtimore, Hon


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