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hulking

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adjective hulk·ing \ˈhəl-kiŋ\

Simple Definition of hulking

  • : very large or heavy

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of hulking

  1. :  ponderous, massive <a hulking wrestler>

Examples of hulking in a sentence

  1. A hulking figure appeared in the doorway.

  2. <a heavy, hulking stone blocked the way>



1698

First Known Use of hulking

1698


HULKING Defined for Kids

hulking

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adjective hulk·ing \ˈhəl-kiŋ\

Definition of hulking for Students

  1. :  very large or heavy





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