Bulge synonyms

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Something that protrudes.
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The definition of a lump is a mass of stuff with no definite shape, a swelling underneath the skin or to a person who is dull-witted.
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To increase within a person, as a feeling
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The state of being swollen.
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A bulge, knob, swelling, spine or anything that protrudes.
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(Historical, World War 2, slang) The Himalayas, as the challenge for the supply route between India and China.
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A rise or increase, as in prices or enrollment.
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A convex surface, body, part, or line.
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A swollen organ or body part.
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A similar underground stem or root, such as a corm, rhizome, or tuber.
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(Uncountable) The illegitimate supplying of laboratory animals that are actually kidnapped pets or illegally trapped strays.
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That which grows out; offshoot
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A quantity or number beyond what is needed; excess; superabundance
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The act or process of puffing or swelling.
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A usually small, roundish lump or mass of manganese, cobalt, etc. found on the floor of the sea or a large lake
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A manner of wearing pants or shorts below the waist, revealing some or all of the underwear.
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The quality or condition of being tuberous.
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The definition of a growth is something that has grown on something else or an abnormal mass.
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The widening or stretching of an opening or a hollow structure in the body.
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(Astronomy) A tonguelike cloud of luminous gas rising from the sun's surface, visible as part of the corona during a total solar eclipse.
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Intemperance; overindulgence:
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The characteristic of being baggy.
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Something added or attached to an entity of greater importance or size; an adjunct.
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(Category theory) A morphism from a categorical product to one of its (two) components.
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A usually unwanted or unnecessary accretion:
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A mass of new tissue growth independent of its surrounding structures, having no physiological function; neoplasm: such tumors are classified as benign or malignant
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A swelling or protuberance
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(Architecture) A raised ornament, such as one at the intersection of the ribs in a vaulted roof.
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The act of distending.
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A salient angle, part, etc.
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The larger, usually nonmotile female reproductive cell of most organisms that reproduce sexually. Eggs are haploid (they have half the number of chromosomes as the other cells in the organism's body). During fertilization, the nucleus of an egg cell fuses with the nucleus of a sperm cell (the male reproductive cell) to form a new diploid organism. In animals, eggs are spherical, covered by a membrane, and usually produced by the ovaries. In some simple aquatic animals, eggs are fertilized and develop outside the body. In some terrestrial animals, such as insects, reptiles and birds, eggs are fertilized inside the body but are incubated outside the body, protected by durable, waterproof membranes (shells) until the young hatch. In mammals, eggs produced in the ovaries are fertilized inside the body and (except in the cases of monotremes) develop in the reproductive tract until birth. The human female fetus possesses all of the eggs that she will ever have; every month after the onset of puberty, one of these eggs matures and is released from the ovary into the fallopian tube, where it is either fertilized or discarded during menstruation. In many plants (such as the bryophytes, ferns, and gymnosperms) eggs are produced by flasked-shaped structures known as archegonia. In gymnosperms and angiosperms, eggs are enclosed within ovules. In angiosperms, the ovules are enclosed within ovaries.
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(UK, law, obsolete) The privilege, formerly enjoyed by the lord of a manor, of holding courts, trying causes, and imposing fines.
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(Cooking) A dollop, an amount just larger than a spoonful (usually referring to butter)
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(Nautical) The outer end of a crosstree; also, one of the projections forming the jaws of a gaff, boom, etc.
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A long, narrow high-pressure area on a weather map
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A protruding rim, edge, rib, or collar, as on a wheel or a pipe shaft, used to strengthen an object, hold it in place, or attach it to another object.
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One of many transverse pieces that provide an airplane wing with shape and strength.
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A similar growth on a plant, especially one caused by a fungal disease.
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(Anatomy) A projecting part of the body.
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A small hill; a hillock; a knoll.
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(Reflexive, archaic) To extend; to stretch out; to spread out.
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To extend from, above or beyond a surface or boundary; to bulge outward; to stick out.
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Lace worked by the needle.
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Project is defined as to cause an image to appear on a surface or to propose or calculate something for the future.
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(Functional analysis, not comparable, of a real-valued function on the reals) having an epigraph which is a convex set.
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Characterized by the prominence of the eyeballs.
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Protuberant; rounded and bulging
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The definition of obtrusive is noticeable and undesirable, or something that sticks out or is in the way.
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Swelling outward; bulging.
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Expanded by or as if by internal pressure; distended:
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Covered with wartlike swellings; knobby
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Somewhat tumid.
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Cancerous, unhealthy
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(Of language or style) Overly complex and difficult to understand; grandiloquent; bombastic.
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To pack items in a bag.
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To finish by subjecting to a hammering process in a beetle or beetling machine.
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To cause to swell out; to fill.
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To damage the bottom of (a ship) so that water enters
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To swell out or bulge:
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To criticise severely.
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To make or become overly large
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(Slang) To bulge or open wide, as in amazement
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To put into a cask.
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To enlarge; to make bigger.
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To change (something) from a smaller form and/or size to a larger one.
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To present; offer:
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A rounded container with a long neck, used in laboratories.
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To swallow. Used of certain birds or fishes.
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(Intransitive) To bulge outward, producing a rounded protuberance.
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A mood disorder characterized usually by anhedonia, extreme sadness, poor concentration, sleep problems, loss of appetite, and feelings of guilt, helplessness, and hopelessness.
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To cause a depression or a decrease in parts of the economy.
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Alternative spelling of cave in.
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Something that protrudes; a projection:
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A feeling of tightness:
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That portion of the roof structure that extends beyond the exterior walls of a building.
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Any condition, circumstance, opportunity or means, particularly favorable to success, or to any desired end.
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An entity, usually animate, deemed superior to another; one who has a claim to precedence; a superior.
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The movable part of a drawbridge
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A fall, descent; an act of dropping.
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(Geometry) A one-dimensional face of a polytope. In particular, the joining line between two vertices of a polygon; the place where two faces of a polyhedron meet.
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The state or quality of being superior, or higher, greater, better, etc.
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The position of advantage or control
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A superior or more favorable situation or opportunity; gain; profit; advantage.
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The inner, shorter way around an oval racetrack
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(Comput.) A program instruction that causes an instruction in another part of the program to be the next executed
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To ride in a balloon
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(Intransitive, idiomatic) To be obvious or conspicuous, in contrast to one's surroundings.
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To persist. See stick it out.
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Something in addition; excess; surplus
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The quality of being gibbous.
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The process of making a shaped object, such as a rod or tube, by forcing a material into a mold.
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To increase in size, importance, etc.
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(Nautical) To pour out; to empty; to tap and begin drawing from.
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To move quickly or unexpectedly; appear abruptly:
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To leave a room or building with the expectation of returning soon.
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bulge outward
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(Idiomatic, intransitive) to abandon someone without warning.
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The presence of nodules
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