When speed was required of him Korak depended upon no other muscles than his own, and so it was that the moment Tantor had landed him safely upon the same side of the river as lay the village of The Sheik, the ape-man deserted his bulky
comrade and took to the trees in a rapid race toward the south and the spot where the Swede had told him Meriem might be.
He is a bulky
man, and couldn't get through the window.
Besides this were the bulky
lungs, into which the mouth opened, and the heart and its vessels.
They were such a pair as wholesale merchants use for weighing bulky
commodities; and quite a bulky
commodity was now to be weighed in them.
This misfortune was entirely owing to the foolish curiosity of his shipmates, who, while Ulysses lay asleep, had untied some very bulky
leathern bags, in which they supposed a valuable treasure to be concealed.
Still, however, I refused to comply, and was retreating before him, as in his importunity he pressed upon me, when I felt a heavy hand laid upon my shoulder, and turning round, encountered the bulky
form of Mow-Mow, a one-eyed chief, who had just detached himself from the crowd below, and had mounted the rear of the pi-pi upon which we stood.
, blue-chinned man in white clothes, his name red-lettered across his lower shirtfront, spluttering from under a green-lined umbrella almost tearful appeals to be introduced to the Unintroducible; naming loudly the Unnameable; dancing, as it seemed, in perverse joy at mere mention of the Unmentionable--found those limits.
Forthwith there issued from an inner apartment a man of low stature, but bulky
frame, with shaggy hair hanging about his visage, which was grimed with the vapors of the furnace.
From the shadow of the room (he recognized at once the characteristic outlines of the bulky
shape) Mills advanced to the side of the bed.
At length, in my old age, [these are the words of Sinbad himself, as retailed by Scheherazade] -- 'at length, in my old age, and after enjoying many years of tranquillity at home, I became once more possessed of a desire of visiting foreign countries; and one day, without acquainting any of my family with my design, I packed up some bundles of such merchandise as was most precious and least bulky
, and, engaged a porter to carry them, went with him down to the sea-shore, to await the arrival of any chance vessel that might convey me out of the kingdom into some region which I had not as yet explored.
A large bulky
figure has as good a right to be in deep affliction, as the most graceful set of limbs in the world.
My limbs were weary and stiff, for I feared to change my position; yet my nerves were worked up to the highest pitch of tension, and my hearing was so acute that I could not only hear the gentle breathing of my companions, but I could distinguish the deeper, heavier in-breath of the bulky
Jones from the thin, sighing note of the bank director.