Definitions

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  • adv. To a degree, or in a way, that causes bulging

Etymologies

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bulging +‎ -ly

Examples

  • A rape takes place in a palazzo which is dominated by enormous, bulgingly well-endowed nude statues.

    Women Beware Women; Bingo

  • This much-hyped book is eye-bulgingly atrocious, packed with medieval history to disguise prose that's worse than your average Dungeons & Dragons blog.

    The Gargoyle: Summary and book reviews of The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson.

  • In no way did anyone say "mandate" (even though they could) and certainly nothing as vein-bulgingly infuriating as Bush's "I've earned political capital and intend to use it" from 2004.

    good morning starshine

  • Her mouth was also full, bulgingly, of the last of her éclair.

    The Bent Twig

  • Before Brice could dodge out of his close-quarters position, the other clasped him tight in his bulgingly powerful arms, gripping the lighter man to his chest in a hug which had the gruesome force of a boa-constrictor's, and increasing the pressure with all his weight and mighty strength.

    Black Caesar's Clan : a Florida Mystery Story

  • Britannica, when she appeared beside me and placed on the open page an evidently premeditated thin envelope, bulgingly confessing the coins within.

    Tono Bungay

  • Whatever the argument, he placed the sweet trophy over that heart which held the picture of the girl; once there, the boot-heel showed bulgingly foolish through his coat.

    The President A novel

  • It's a gorgeous area, poetically called Flowerdale, and I have such fond memories of spending school holidays there as a child; riding my bike along dirt roads to the goat farm next door; having sausage-sizzle picnics on the sandy beach next to the cold, alpine creek; curling up on the sheepskin rug in front of the open fire in winter; sneaking reads of her Jackie Collins adults novels which she hid from the grandkiddes in the workshed; standing in awe at her bulgingly stocked walk-in pantry; and having my first baking lessons - together we'd create all kinds of biscuits, slices and cakes to present to my brother and assorted visitors for dinner.

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • “This much-hyped book is eye-bulgingly atrocious, packed with medieval history to disguise prose that’s worse than your average Dungeons & Dragons blog,” Gregory Kirschling wrote in an EW review.

    2008 December « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • Hermia was Mr.. Nagle, in a short salmon-coloured peplum over a white petticoat, the whole bulgingly confined by a girdle of shining gilt and forming a contrast to the loose scarves of Helena, while Mr. Nagle, not devoid, I seem to remember, of a blue chin and the latency of a fine brogue, was either Lysander or Demetrius; Mr. Davidge (also, I surmise, with a brogue) was Bottom the weaver and Madame Ponisi Oberon -- Madame

    A Small Boy and Others

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