bulge in Roemeens
v. umfla: se umfla
The sisters agreed that Frog was very big, for a frog. None of the plants knew “Frog’s” real name but it must be Frog because, when he was in the pond, all they could see were his big bulging eyes.
Desnoyers suddenly recognized in one of the officers who was talking, with eyes bulging with covetousness, of the riches of Paris, the Chief Thief with the band on his arm.
or the course of a train which passes through a station without stopping. He saw it approach in the form of a cloud, bulging as though it were going to explode over the battery.
that his eyes and Gallic moustachios were fairly trembling. In spite of his corduroy suit and his bulging linen hand bag, he had the same grand and heroic aspect as the figures by Rude in the Arc de Triomphe.
When entering Villeblanche the automobile had to lower its speed. Burned walls were bulging out over the street and half-charred beams were obstructing the way,
And the proportion of youth is very high, with a bulging population of young men of military age (15-24 years).
As it approached the verandah trellis every diner froze, eyes bulging, sturgeon-laden forks motionless in mid-air.
Consequently, the sole and the instep could bulge only by a hundredth of a centimetre-no more.
But the judge noticed that the sexton was watching the poetess with an uneasy glint in his bulging eyes.
Ever and again one of the bladder fungi, bulging and distending under the sun, loomed upon us.
1. protrude: swell, stick out, distend, puff out, bloat, balloon, jut
2. swelling: protuberance, protrusion, hump, outgrowth, growth, prominence, excess