I threw my arm round the bull neck of Bes and leaning on him, advanced to where the King lay alone save for the fallen about him.
Physically, he was a big man with a bull neck and black, piercing eyes.
M'Ginnis's bull neck swelled; between his thick, black brows a vein swelled and pulsed.
He's lying there still, with one of her little feet on his bull neck.
In European folk-lore the thick, bull neck is regarded as a sign of strong sexuality.
His enormous shoulders, his bull neck, contrasted with Fanfar's delicate form.
A leather cased camera was suspended from his bull neck by means of a strap.
His cowl had half fallen back, and made a strange excrescence on either side of his bull neck.
Fordak rubbed one side of his bull neck with a calloused palm.
He strode on, breathing hard, his black head and bull neck forward, like a man winning a walking race.
bull neck n.
A heavy, thick neck caused by hypertrophied muscles or enlarged cervical lymph nodes.