Associations to the word «Hulk»
HULK, noun. A non-functional, but floating ship, usually stripped of rigging and equipment, and often put to other uses such as storage or accommodation.
HULK, noun. (archaic) any large ship that is difficult to maneuver
HULK, noun. A big (and possibly clumsy) person
HULK, noun. (bodybuilding): An excessively muscled person
HULK, verb. To remove the entrails of; to disembowel.
HULK, proper noun. (comics) A fictional comic-book character who gains superhuman strength when he becomes angry.
HULK, noun. A person resembling, especially physically, the Hulk in the Marvel Comics Universe.
HULK, noun. (by extension) A strongman.
HULK OFF, verb. To leave or walk away, especially in an angry or enraged manner, and said especially of large and physically imposing persons or objects.
HULK OUT, verb. To present as imposing or intimidating, as in a person flexing muscles and becoming enraged.
HULK, noun. A very large person; impressive in size or qualities.
HULK, noun. A ship that has been wrecked and abandoned.
HULK, verb. Appear very large or occupy a commanding position; "The huge sculpture predominates over the fountain"; "Large shadows loomed on the canyon wall".
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