The Collaborative International Dictionary
Hulking \Hulk"ing\, Hulky \Hulk"y\, a.
Bulky; unwiedly; of great size and bulk; ponderous. [R.] ``A
huge hulking fellow.''
a. Large; hulking.
adj. of great size and bulk; "a hulking figure of a man"; "three hulking battleships" [syn: hulking]
Usage examples of "hulky".
As the gym building passes by, all hulky and black, I look the other way, and think of other things.
Her feet had cleared the doorway when the wide, hulky excuse of a man pulled a switchblade from his pants and flipped it open.
They gazed into a glass case of hulky metal wristwatches with five-hundred-foot crush depths.
Just what she needednot one, but two hulky, sulky vampires hounding her every move and reminding her to eat every five seconds.