adjective, bulk·i·er, bulk·i·est.
- bulkhead deck,
- bull ant,
- bull bar,
- bull bars,
- bull bat
Origin of bulky
Examples from the Web for bulky
As was the case with the Xerox 914, the first machines Hull built to “print” plastic objects were bulky, huge, and expensive.
West sent his bulky bodyguard Pascal Duvier into the crowd to confirm that the seated fan was, in fact, in a wheelchair.Kanye West Stops Concert to Yell at Kid in Wheelchair, 'Stand Up!'|Marlow Stern|September 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I parked the stroller at the base of the metal slide and wrestled Julia in her bulky snowsuit out of the belted contraption.
Autographer is Narrative for video but made by Brits, bulky, and expensive.We are Living in the Golden Age of the Most Narcissistic and Voyeuristic Tech Imaginable|Charles C. Johnson|January 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
No bulky helmet to lug around or uncomfortable shell to ruin your hairstyle.Helmet Haute Couture: The Invisible Helmet Revolutionizing Bike Safety|Nina Strochlic|December 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He came back at nightfall of the fourth day with a bulky package strapped to his saddle.The Red Debt|Everett MacDonald
The light on one side of her desk was shut off by the bulky presence of Miss Moynihan.The Job|Sinclair Lewis
But first he bent to grasp the knotted vines and leathery leaves that enclosed a bulky package.Brood of the Dark Moon|Charles Willard Diffin
The second class of the poems is almost worthless, and fortunately it is not bulky.A History of Nineteenth Century Literature (1780-1895)|George Saintsbury
Under no circumstances would I permit myself to become large and gross and bulky.The Slim Princess|George Ade