Bulge - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- bulge out; form a bulge outward, or be so full as to appear to bulge (syn: bag)
- bulge outward (syn: pop, protrude, start)
- cause to bulge or swell outwards (syn: bulk)
His face turned white and his eyes bulged.
middle-aged people bulging at the waist
Their bags bulged with books and papers.
The squirrel's cheeks were bulging with nuts.
“What's in there?” he asked, pointing to the large bulge in my purse.
I'm exercising to get rid of this bulge around my middle.
The Russian officers I met around the Smolensk bulge.
The globe of Mars bulges, like our Earth, at the equator.
The boy put so many things into his pocket that it bulged out.
The gun made a bulge under his jacket.
His pockets were bulging with candy.
He fell heavily to the floor, his eyes bulging wide with fear.
the gun in his pocket made an obvious bulge
His stomach bulged after the huge meal
His eyes, which tended to bulge when he was exercised, were not quite prominent.
present participle: bulging
past tense: bulged
past participle: bulged