hulking

Part of speech: adjective

Bulky; clumsy. hulky.

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Usage examples "hulking":

  1. They heard his big body hulking through a swamp down there in a well of darkness. - "Snow-Blind", Katharine Newlin Burt.
  2. The Roman prelate is often a great hulking fellow who has just left college, with the tonsure for his only sacrament. - "The Roman Question", Edmond About.
  3. It's her right hand, too, and she can't afford to lose the use of it, not being a great, hulking, lazy, lolloping man. - "The Vanishing Man", R. Austin Freeman.