of relatively large and cumbersome bulk or size.
(of a fabric or yarn) thick; lofty.
(of a garment) made of thick, resilient fabric or yarn:
a bulky sweater.
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adjective bulkier, bulkiest
very large and massive, esp so as to be unwieldy
magnitude in three dimensions: a ship of great bulk. the greater part; main mass or body: The bulk of the debt was paid. goods or cargo not in packages or boxes, usually transported in large volume, as grain, coal, or petroleum. fiber (def 9). (of paper, cardboard, yarn, etc.) thickness, especially in relation to weight. […]
the male of a bovine animal, especially of the genus Bos, with sexual organs intact and capable of reproduction. the male of certain other animals, as the elephant and moose. a large, solidly built person. a person who believes that market prices, especially of stocks, will increase (opposed to bear). (initial capital letter) Astronomy, Astrology. […]
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