[ UK /hˈʌlkɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈhəɫkɪŋ/ ]
  1. of great size and bulk
    three hulking battleships
    a hulking figure of a man
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How To Use hulking In A Sentence

  • He wasn't a large man, and had never been the sporty type, so there were no golf clubs or baseball bats lying handily around, and the notion of overpowering a hulking burglar with the meagre physical means at his disposal was laughable. Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine
  • We were stopped by two hulking security guards.
  • ‘No,’ said I, taking a hulking bite out of the nicest beefburger I've ever tasted.
  • Who's this hulking guy who does the pile driver?
  • Hulking guys serve up platters of prawns, steamed crabs, and just-shucked oysters glistening in brine.
  • The thing is, none of these guys and the others who work out regularly are heavy, hulking guys lifting 300 pounds a pop.
  • Two hulking figures guarded the entrance of the club.
  • When we finally dragged the hulking thing home, all we could do was saw it in half and just stand in awe, gawking at the horror within.
  • The format compacts sound to allow up to 10 hours of recording on one CD, which reduces this production from a hulking box-set to a slender two-disc pack.
  • They bounded over the desert—stone jackals and hackled lions and hulking hyenas. GuildWars Edge of Destiny
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