from The Century Dictionary.
- Bulky; unwieldy.
- Clumsy; loutish; hulking.
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- adjective Large;
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- adjective of great size and bulk
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In the long run I will support Twilight as long as Rob and Kristen are in it; any hulky guy could play Emmett, but Ashley IS Alice, she would be very hard to replace and make it believeable.
After riding high for two decades, the company that makes the hulky bikes that devoted riders affectionately call Hogs is sputtering.
I hadn't really thought of August but agree with Scott that I picture someone bigger and hulky. dcinsider
You know he has some part as a hulky T-800, but he's not the key antagonist considering the guy's minimal experience.
In the shadow of the back porch, a hulky figure materialized.
"THE INCREDIBLE HULK" Ed Norton and Lou Ferrigno star in the 2008 PG-13 movie in which the green-skinned brute fights an evil, equally hulky brute. 8 p.m.
For crying out loud, at the box office right now, I'm sure Shyamalan's film will be defeated by another fantastical movie that expects its audience to believe that exposure to gamma rays can turn an ordinary man into a hulky green hybrid monster!
And I know I'm going to get comments saying that I think all men should be big hulky brutes, and that's not what I'm saying at all.
If I could turn green and deal some hulky misery, I totally would in any of these totally bogus situations.
Like the visage on the ancient statues of Hercules, the physiognomy of the hulky Bernese was large and massive, having an air of indifferent and almost sullen composure, which did not change but in moments of the fiercest agitation.