bulge

  • 41bulge — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. swell, protrude, bag. See convexity. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. swelling, lump, protrusion, protuberance, hump, bump, convexity, intumescence, bulb, bunching, outgrowth, superfluity, tumefaction, nodule …

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  • 42bulge — sb. == a lump, hump. Body and Soul, 185 …

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  • 43bulge — bÊŒldÊ’ n. protrusion, projection; temporary growth v. be inflated; protrude, project …

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  • 44bulge — bugle …

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  • 45bulge — I. n. Protuberance, bilge, belly, swell, swelling. II. v. n. Protrude, jut out, swell, be protuberant …

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  • 46bulge — Noun. A euphemism for the male genitals usually from being apparent through clothing …

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  • 47bulge — n 1. projection, protrusion, convexity, prominence, protruberance, (of a bone) tuberosity; nodule, node, knob, mass, lump, bump; swelling, intumescence, tumefaction, dilation, enlarging. 2. increase, augmentation, acceleration, intensification;… …

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  • 48bulge — [[t]bʌldʒ[/t]] n. v. bulged, bulg•ing 1) a rounded projection or protruding part, often the result of internal pressure; protuberance 2) a sudden increase, as in numbers or volume 3) to swell or bend outward; protrude 4) to be filled to capacity… …

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  • 49bulge — /bʌldʒ / (say bulj) noun 1. a rounded projecting or protruding part; protuberance; hump. 2. Nautical Obsolete the bilge, or bottom of a ship s hull. –verb (bulged, bulging) –verb (i) 3. to swell out; be protuberant. –verb (t) 4. to make… …

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  • 50Bulge — /bʌldʒ/ (say bulj) noun Battle of the, the final German offensive of World War II, begun 16 December 1944 and thrusting deep into Allied territory in northern and eastern Belgium; repulsed January 1945. Also, Ardennes Offensive …

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  • 51bulgeþō — s. bulgiþō?; …

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  • 52bulge —   Pu u,   Also: hakū, hakē, nepu, pu uhaku, polohuku, hūkeu, hūhū; pa i hua (as in canoe sides) …

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  • 53Bulge bracket — is a phrase associated with finance, in particular the investment banking industry. It has both a common meaning and a more technical meaning. Historically, the two meanings were more closely linked than they are today. In common phraseology In… …

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  • 54Bulge ways — Bulge Bulge (b[u^]lj), n. [OE. bulge a swelling; cf. AS. belgan to swell, OSw. bulgja, Icel. b[=o]lginn swollen, OHG. belgan to swell, G. bulge leathern sack, Skr. b[.r]h to be large, strong; the root meaning to swell. Cf. {Bilge}, {Belly},… …

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  • 55bulge-bracket — bulge brac‧ket [ˈbʌldʒ ˌbrækt] adjective [only before a noun] BANKING very large and successful used especially about banks: • The US investment banking industry has seen a lot of consolidation in recent years, with the development of a number… …

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  • 56Bulge (astronomy) — Galactic center redirects here. For the center of the Milky Way galaxy, see Galactic Center. In astronomy, a bulge is a tightly packed group of stars within a larger formation. The term almost exclusively refers to the central group of stars… …

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  • 57bulge out — verb bulge outward His eyes popped • Syn: ↑start, ↑protrude, ↑pop, ↑pop out, ↑bulge, ↑bug out, ↑come out • Derivationally relat …

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  • 58Bulge, Battle of the — (Dec. 16, 1944–Jan. 16, 1945) In World War II, the last German offensive on the Western Front, an unsuccessful attempt to divide the Allied forces and prevent an invasion of Germany. The bulge refers to the wedge that the Germans drove into the… …

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  • 59Bulge (Gefäß) — Eine Bulge, auch Pulge, Pilge oder Balg genannt, ist ein schlauchförmiger Ledersack der im frühen Bergbau zum Ausschöpfen von Wasser oder zum Transport von Erzen verwendet wurde.[1] Aufbau und Form …

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  • 60Bulge hoop — Hoop Hoop, n. [OE. hope; akin to D. hoep, hoepel.] 1. A pliant strip of wood or metal bent in a circular form, and united at the ends, for holding together the staves of casks, tubs, etc. [1913 Webster] 2. A ring; a circular band; anything… …

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