The hulking financial and organizational apparatus of a major party is less invincible than it used to be.
Patinkin imbues Saul with a hulking presence that fills entire rooms.
Police Officer Daniel Pantaleo then sought to bring the hulking Garner down by yoking him around the neck.
Old English hulc "light, fast ship" (but in Middle English a heavy, unwieldy one), probably from Old Dutch hulke and Medieval Latin hulcus, perhaps ultimately from Greek holkas "merchant ship," literally "ship that is towed," from helkein "to pull" (from PIE root *selk- "to pull, draw"). Meaning "body of an old, worn-out ship" is first recorded 1670s. The Hulks ("Great Expectations") were old ships used as prisons. Sense of "big, clumsy person" is first recorded c.1400 (early 14c. as a surname: Stephen le Hulke).
"to be clumsy, unwieldy, lazy," 1789, from hulk (n.). Related: Hulked; hulking.
Large: hulking muscles bulging (1700+)