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bulgy

[ buhl-jee ]

adjective

, bulg·i·er, bulg·i·est.
  1. tending to bulge; having a bulge:

    a bulgy envelope.



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  • bulgi·ness noun

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Word History and Origins

Origin of bulgy1

First recorded in 1840–50; bulge + -y 1

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Example Sentences

He had the broad smiling face of a comedian, and the bulgy forehead of a Baptist Missionary.

One last glimpse of the little bulgy window of the shop as the lorry rounded the corner, and then I turned and looked at the girl.

For the hundredth time that day, the Hun had gone into the bedroom to look out of the bulgy bedroom window.

And you're getting a little black and bulgy under the eyes—especially the left one—and so did he, at just about your age!

The bulgy Mrs. Foley welcomed the Roselawn girls with her usual copiousness.

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