1 He was dressed in black broadcloth, a tall man, towering over the officers who stood near him, bulky in the shoulders but tapering to a small waist and absurdly small feet in varnished boots.
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2 Pittypat was dabbing at her eyes under Melanie's soothing words when Prissy entered with a bulky letter.
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3 He herded her to a sofa with Dr. Kennicott, who was rather vague about the eyes, rather drooping of bulky shoulder, as though he was wondering what he was expected to do next.
4 The farmwife sat on the couch, expressionless, bulky in a man's dogskin coat and unplumbed layers of jackets.
5 He was a bulky, gauche, noisy, humorous man, with narrow eyes, a rustic complexion, large red hands, and brilliant clothes.
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6 He was a heavy, bulky mulatto, on short legs, and he came tapping the floor in front of him with his gold-headed cane.
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7 Mademoiselle Reisz, being exceedingly diminutive, was elevated upon cushions, as small children are sometimes hoisted at table upon bulky volumes.
8 A large bulky figure has as good a right to be in deep affliction, as the most graceful set of limbs in the world.
9 Her bulky figure in a shawl and skirt might have been comic were it not for the intensity of feeling upon her face.
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10 Two days later he received a bulky envelope, which contained a short note from the detective, and a typewritten document, which covered several pages of foolscap.
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11 In it, beside the coachman, sat a young man, and in front of the young man lay a rather bulky hand-bag.
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12 She had taken a few steps into the room, and had deposited a tolerably bulky parcel on the table.
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13 There is something bulky in Peggotty's pocket.
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14 There was a wholesome bulkiness about his person and his position and Daisy was flattered.
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15 At this second Carol realized that for all Guy's love of dead elegances his timidity was as depressing to her as the bulkiness of Sam Clark.
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