Examples of bulky in a Sentence
a big, bulky football player
bulky packages might cost more to mail
Recent Examples of bulky from the Web
The room's coffered ceiling with pecky cypress wood pairs well with the bulky gray and white furniture pieces that add comfort to the room.
A bulky white chair with blue triangular wave designs in the great room adds to the home’s nautical flare.
Weighing in at 229 pounds, the bulkier Victory takes more effort than the Buzzaround to muscle into a van or onto a rack, although each scooter can be disassembled into three pieces without tools.
In the last year, the city of Folsom picked up 415 unwanted bikes left on curbs for bulky waste collection, according to Marie McKeeth, Public Works section manager for the city of Folsom.
The lightweight scarves stay put and are less bulky than other hijabs, garments that cover the hair and are worn by many Muslim women to express their faith.
Purples are bulkier with a more complete purplish-red wash over the head, back, and belly.
The bulky black squares have been seen at protests in New York for years, sometimes hoisted on the shoulder of a police officer.
As the patrol advanced, Groberg spotted a man walking backward and wearing a jacket that appeared bulkier than normal.
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First Known Use of bulky
BULKY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bulky for English Language Learners
: large and difficult to carry or store
of a person : large and fat or muscular
BULKY Defined for Kids
Definition of bulky for Students
1 : great in size or volume
2 : being large and awkward to handle
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