bulky

Part of speech: noun

Bulkiness.

Part of speech: adjective

Huge; large; unwieldy.

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Usage examples "bulky":

  1. Their number has lately been swelled by the addition of a bulky one from Southampton, over which she has rained torrents of blissful tears. - "Doctor Cupid", Rhoda Broughton.
  2. Certainly, no one likes to be unable to step out under the open sky without wearing a bulky marsuit and an oxygen tank. - "Rebels of the Red Planet", Charles Louis Fontenay.
  3. The winding way they followed through the ruins was marked by blurred footsteps in the dust and the two men, clumsy in their bulky suits, found the going difficult. - "Operation Lorelie", William P. Salton.