hulking

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Tall and heavily built
Unwieldy
Large and bulky
You use hulking to describe a person or object that is extremely large, heavy, or slow-moving, especially when they seem threatening in some way. When I woke up there was a hulking figure staring down at me. very big and often awkward
Bulky; unwiedly
of great size and bulk; "a hulking figure of a man"; "three hulking battleships"
(Adj ) -heavy and clumsy; bulky
A great hulking fellow A great overgrown one A bulk is a big, lubberly fellow, applied to Falstaff by Shakespeare It means the body of an old ship (See above ) The monster sausage brought in on Christmas day was called a haulkin or haukin
of great size and bulk; "a hulking figure of a man"; "three hulking battleships
{s} clumsy, awkward
large and bulky; unwieldy
Hulk
The Incredible Hulk

Leela: Well, for one thing, his checkbook doesn't have the Hulk on it.

hulk
: An excessively muscled person
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An old ship which is no longer in use
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any large ship that is difficult to maneuver
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{v} to gut
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{n} the body of a ship, a clown
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An excessively muscled person
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The hulk of something is the large, ruined remains of it. the ruined hulk of the old church tower
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The body of a ship or decked vessel of any kind; esp
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a ship that has been wrecked and abandoned
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the body of an old vessel laid by as unfit for service
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{i} body of a ship; large ship
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A big, (and possibly clumsy) person
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Anything bulky or unwieldly
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A heavy ship of clumsy build
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You use hulk to describe anything which is large and seems threatening to you. I followed his big hulk into the house
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To take out the entrails of; to disembowel; as, to hulk a hare
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