Common misspellings for bulk:
banlk, bukle, blunk, cebulj, bilgi, builf, bielski, bulck, buly, biuld, bulam, baulk, bluejay, nlk, ublic, buleikemo, bnak, bulgar, woulc, bucle, biblke, fuelk, bukc, balck, bluekit, bulma, blick, chulk, blulk, builg, cualk, bcak, belike, bklue, blalck, blook, bluky, toulck, boolk, burk, burleque, publik, balic, bluks, bule, bookl, bluck, blcok, bulg, bullky, bult, bul, buls, buldog, bunky, fullk, balke, oulook, bolck, builng, bullk, butlker, bulkly, buily, bublic, buk, bleek, buell, reluk, bluge, bulf, blokk, budlge, burka, woulk, buck'w, builkt, busk, buld, tulk, shoulk, blk, bulcky, ablke, bllack, builk, buldge, buill, murlok, buik, bucke, bilke, oublic, lubbuck, wqlk, bulock, brealk, yulk, lubuck, belikve, baclk, butlike, builkd, builth, youlook, bull, bulkey, bilnk, bluk, balnk, bbok, bulp, buile, badluck, balaji, bulmy, beulth, bblack, blake, blolg, balun, buick, bulkd, bvlkb, bulgue, bulkie, bulll, bullok, faulk, julky, blike, bplug, vulk, nulk, hulk, gulk, b7lk, bupk, buok, bulm, bulo, buli, vbulk, bvulk, nbulk, bnulk, hbulk, bhulk, gbulk, bgulk, byulk, buylk, bjulk, bujlk, b8ulk, bu8lk, b7ulk, bu7lk, buklk, bulkk, buplk, bulpk, buolk, bulok, buljk, bulkj, bulmk, bulkm, bulkl, bulko, bulik, bulki, ulk, ublk, bukl, bbulk, buulk, rulk, julk, fulk, culk, b5lk, btlk, bunk, bumk, b ulk, bu lk, bul k.
Definition of bulk:
- Unbroken packages. Merchandise which is neither counted, weighed, nor I measured. Bulk is said of that which is neither counted, weighed, nor measured. A sale by the bulk is the sale of a quantity such as it is, without measuring, counting, or weighing. Civil Code La. art. 3556, par. 6.
- To appear or seem to be, as to bulk or extent; to swell.
- stick out or up; " The parcel bulked in the sack"
- A projecting part of a building.
- the property possessed by a large mass
- the property of something that is great in magnitude; " it is cheaper to buy it in bulk"; " he received a mass of correspondence"; " the volume of exports"
- The body.
- Magnitude of material substance; dimensions; mass; size; as, an ox or ship of great bulk.
- The main mass or body; the largest or principal portion; the majority; as, the bulk of a debt.
- The cargo of a vessel when stowed.
- Size; complete dimensions; the main mass or body; volume.
- Magnitude or size: the greater part: ( of a ship) the whole cargo in the hold.
- Mass or quantity; size.
- Magnitude; mass; size; a large body; the greater part.
- Magnitude or size; the majority: the main mass or body; the whole contents of a ship's hold. Laden in bulk, having the cargo loose in the hold. To break bulk, to begin to unload. See Bulge.
- Size; magnitude; the main mass or body; the whole cargo of a ship in the hold; to break bulk to begin to unload a ship; to break open a package of goods; in bulk in the mass; cargo loose in the hold of a ship and not enclosed in boxes or packages.