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bulky

adjective A popular term referring to an increased muscle mass resulting from weight lifting
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The result is announced on December 2 when FIFA bigwigs must decide whose bids were strongest, whose cases were weakest, and whose brown envelopes were bulkiest.
With still enough mass and pressure to fuse carbon and produce other heavier elements, it gradually becomes layered like an onion with the bulkiest tiers at its center.
They wouldn't need the rollback here; the bulkiest items on this lane were a pair of broken floor lamps and a framed picture of the ocean that been slashed down the middle.
At 29 years old, Engel is slightly older than Rodriguez (who turns 25 on Wednesday), more experienced (71 rounds to Rodriguez's 52), taller (6-foot-2 to 6 feet), and heavier (178 pounds to 168 at their bulkiest before this bout).
My bulkiest files are those containing observations concentrated on the south polar regions.
The split folding rear seats mean the massive boot area can be extended even further to accommodate even the bulkiest of objects.
Your subwoofer, which is the bulkiest of the speakers as it provides bass, can be positioned anywhere but preferably in a corner where it produces tighter bass.
Miller had appeared on the September 2007 issue of Vogue, an edition that weighed nearly five pounds and was the bulkiest issue of any magazine ever.
Those glancing shots off your ribs or shoulder blades make you swear you'll buy the bulkiest pads on the market.
The documentation of learning often forms the bulkiest part of the portfolio as learners include many types of documentation, including letters of attestation written by externals to validate their learning claims, and copies of credentials, awards, certificates, and other artifacts.
Vikram Seth and Vikram Chandra have published what might be called the bulkiest novels in recent times.
auto mechanic, carpenter, electrician, and plumber) where, to guard against employee theft of items such as tools and safety equipment, employers require employees to purchase and own all but the bulkiest of tools and equipment.