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Another word for hulk

  1. A large, ungainly, and dull-witted person

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  1. To move heavily

      1. The part of a tree trunk left protruding from the ground after the tree has fallen or has been felled.
      2. A part, as of a branch, limb, or tooth, remaining after the main part has been cut away, broken off, or worn down.
      3. The legs.
      1. An irregularly shaped mass or piece.
      2. A small cube of sugar.
      3. A swelling or small palpable mass.
      1. Timber sawed into boards, planks, or other structural members of standard or specified length.
      2. Something useless or cumbersome.
      3. Miscellaneous stored articles.
      1. To move or run clumsily or heavily.
      1. A clustered mass; a lump:
      2. A thick grouping, as of trees or bushes.
      3. A heavy dull sound; a thud.
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Another word for hulk

  1. A large, unshapely object

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  2. A wreck

      1. The entire material or physical structure of an organism, especially of a human or animal.
      2. The physical aspect of a person as opposed to the spirit; the flesh.
      3. A corpse or carcass.
      1. Deserted by an owner or keeper; abandoned:
      2. Run-down; dilapidated:
      3. Neglectful of duty or obligation; remiss.
      1. The dry outer covering of a fruit, seed, or nut; a husk.
      2. The persistent calyx of a fruit, such as a strawberry, that is usually green and easily detached.
      3. The frame or body of a ship, exclusive of masts, engines, or superstructure.
      1. A structure that gives shape or support:
      2. The structure or physique of a human or animal body:
      3. An open structure or rim for encasing, holding, or bordering:
      1. The internal structure that protects and supports the soft organs, tissues, and other parts of a vertebrate organism, and is composed of bone and cartilage or, in certain animals, cartilage alone.
      2. The hard external structure that supports, protects, or contains the body of many invertebrates, such as mollusks, crustaceans, and corals, and certain vertebrates, such as turtles.
      3. A supporting structure or framework, as of a building.
      1. A scene or condition of complete disorder or ruin:
      2. Great clutter or jumble; a total mess:
      3. A place or scene of bloodshed or carnage.
      1. plural form of ruin
      2. third-person singular simple present indicative form of ruin
      1. All that is left after other parts have been taken away, used up, or destroyed.
      2. A dead body or parts of a dead body.
      3. The unpublished writings of a deceased author.
      1. The usually hard outer covering that encases certain organisms, such as insects, turtles, and most mollusks.
      2. A similar outer covering on a nut or seed.
      3. A similar outer covering on certain eggs, such as those of birds and reptiles; an eggshell.
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