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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of bulge.


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  • Piñatas hung from everywhere and colorful bags of candy bulged from the floor to ceiling shelves.

    A Piñata tradition

  • They attacked again. north of La Bassee and again bulged our line, and the only part of the British front that did not give was the part held by the Canadian corps.

    The Last Hundred Days of the War

  • The Wisconsin State Capitol bulged with thousands of union members, including teachers, Thursday protesting Wisconsin Gov.

    Teachers Union Under Assault, Fights Back In Response To Limiting Bill

  • The suit coat bulged in the back, implying a pronounced hump, but he stood straight, which to me implied wings.


  • Oates glared back, irritated, and his fists bulged.

    End of Time

  • Its brown eyes bulged and spittle flew from its mouth.

    End of Time

  • His temples bulged with the throb of an anvil clang, and yellow black swirls swam across his vision.

    Earl of Durkness

  • She bulged her eyes out and rolled them around in her head, as if she were about to expire right there in the English wing.


  • Snaff donned a powerstone laurel, and with a boom and a hiss, the tarp on the wagon bulged up and rose.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • My eyes nearly bulged from their sockets when I got a gander of the police force surrounding the station.

    Show Stoppah


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