(Note: this chart is from 2008, before the bulge of baby boomers started skewing Medicare demographics younger).
He has searched Belgium for Americans shot down in the Battle of the bulge.
My father, a veteran of the Battle of the bulge, and my mother, an American Red Cross girl, were married in Berlin in March 1947.
Targeting pods can bulge out a bit, and leak out unwanted signals.
A nation that not 20 years ago was struggling with malnutrition, Brazil is now waging an all-too-familiar battle of the bulge.
His trousers, turned up at the ankles, are baggy at the hips and bulge beneath the belted Norfolk jacket that he wears.
I consider that I have the bulge on him as far as you could chase a rabbit.
Positives do not swell or bulge as they discharge, but shed the active material.
His resignation had been accepted on the spot, and the spot was the bulge of his left jaw.
He gave a glance at the bulge of bandage beneath Billy's coat sleeve and dropped into a chair beside him.
"to protrude, swell out," 1670s, from bulge (n.). Related: Bulged; bulging.