bulge with (something)

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bulge with (something)

To protrude with a particular substance or for a particular reason. The doctor said that I'm fine—the growth is just bulging with harmless pus!
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bulge with something

to be swollen with something. The bag was bulging with gifts and candy. The chipmunk's cheeks bulged with the nuts it had found.
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1C) shows a significant trend toward underestimation of the destabilizing effect of bulges with Visual OMP, with a dependency of prediction on the bulge size that reaches statistical significance (significant deviation from slope=1).
Make your legs appear longer with the highest-cut leg you feel comfortable in; conceal tummy bulges with shirring across the front or a blouson top; create a longer torso with a tankini (two-piece with long top) or a suit with the new plunging V-neckline.