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bulky

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbulkybulk‧y /ˈbʌlki/ AWL adjective  1 BIGsomething that is bulky is bigger than other things of its type, and is difficult to carry or store a bulky parcel2 BIGsomeone who is bulky is big and heavy Andrew is a bulky man.bulkiness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
bulkyThe boxes were bulky and difficult to move.The web site proved to be a bit bulky and tough to maneuver during a weeknight trial run...It had the proportions of a very large grand hotel such as the Plaza-very bulky and very low.a bulky camera from the 1950sNowhere was it written that Macintosh would render Lisa an expensive and rather bulky doorstop.The cellulose fluff, although more bulky, is just a parachute, to be discarded.The door was opened by a tall, bulky man in his late sixties.Bend down at the knees to pick up a bulky object, thus avoiding back strain.The room was full of bulky old furniture.a bulky packageThe men were carrying bulky packages under their arms.She wears an enormous white sweatshirt so bulky that she could have had it from Ludo.
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