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  • adverb In a hulking manner.


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hulking +‎ -ly


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  • Padded but austere, square seat and backrest, with chrome legs and elegant stitching, the armless chair — in fact, my entire office: sleek no-nonsense windows; spare masculine furnishings; metal and black leather and dark wood — rendered him out of place and hulkingly redundant.

    In the hot seat Matt Potter 2010

  • "In boxing, you move very gracefully; these guys move very hulkingly and you can read their punches."

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed 2009

  • She ended up spending an evening in a pub near Auckland where she met a group of Maoris and so liked what she saw - the country in general and a hulkingly handsome Maori by the name of Seven in particular - that it eventually would lead her to write one of the most unusual travelogue and history books of the many that I have read.

    The Moderate Voice 2009

  • Of course, Microsoft would continue to sell Windows 7 in hulkingly big plastic boxes, packaged along with a lot of air, so that they can charge users accordingly.

    Fast Company 2009

  • ..mikeweb...yer bill bixby/green jersey comment was hulkingly good but ya, wtf...

    BSNYC Friday Fun Quiz! BikeSnobNYC 2009

  • These guys move very hulkingly and you can read their punches. "

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition 2009


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