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bulky

adjective A popular term referring to an increased muscle mass resulting from weight lifting
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He wanted to overcome the apparent bulkiness of a traditional estate and give the Insignia a premium sports tourer look and feel, building on the long wheelbase and wide track.
78 metres, so there's no sense of bulkiness with the seven-seater, and it retains the sharp drive and handling of a compact car.
It's numbers of eater-sized walleyes (14 to 18 inches) over bulkiness in this lake with no size limit and a 5-fish-per-day creel.
Many of these patients find HAART's tendency to create significant bulkiness in women's upper bodies extremely distressing.
Part weight or bulkiness that makes it awkward to handle.
This drives a snugger fit with less bulkiness inside the shoe.
The bulkiness of any of the three is a fair trade for the number of devices they combine into one "smart phone.
Carsey-Werner's Bob Dubelko said that years ago the company tried to market series on VHS, but the bulkiness didn't work.
An increase in the bulkiness of the silane (last entry in Table 2) has a little effect but still shifting the equilibrium in the expected direction.
You cannot, because of the bulkiness of the process, oversee 800 judges of the state," Wolf told the House Justice Council.
Regular trims meant Tracy's hair was in great condition, but she fancied more layers, which was great because the bulkiness of her hair was pulling her face down, making it look longer.
You see, this is exactly what should be called the paradox of the good old days, the technology of the automobile is going forward not backwards, the stiffness of old cars is just a byproduct of a lacking technology that wasn't advanced enough to avoid bulkiness and excessive use of steel, aluminum and other heavy materials.