It bulged in the pocket of my Dockers and as I loaded our minivan I noticed my wife noticing it.
Inside his shirt there bulged a heavy 45 slung from a leather breast-holster.
Peters bulged at any point, that bulge must be caused by a pistol.
As soon as he saw me standin' there in the shadder he bulged up to me.
They may be pointed, bulged, club-shaped or even slightly branched.
He had concealed it carefully under the one simple garment he wore, but it bulged slightly, and so the secret was betrayed.
The greatest prydydd,” said the man of the bulged shoe, “the greatest prydydd in the world.
Over his shoulder hung a gunnysack that bulged with canned goods and a poke of meal.
The curtain stirred and bulged, with the pressing against it of some one's body.
Next a man and a dog walked over one of the green hills which bulged above the roofs of the town.
"to protrude, swell out," 1670s, from bulge (n.). Related: Bulged; bulging.