He was well made, cleanly and bigly, and neither too young nor too old.
The painting was simply done, commencing with the point of interest, the masses put in bigly, the details worked into them.
A Beelzebub; he spake as bigly and fiercely as a soaken yeoman at an election feast,—this obedient and conducible youth!
Though thin, the man was bigly built, with broad shoulders and well-developed limbs, measuring a trifle under six feet in height.
He was bigly made and his legs and arms were round, bolster fashion—huge thighs and small ankles, thick arms and slender wrists.
Fortune was of the same age as the priest: a bigly built, bold-looking young fellow, with skin already hardened.