Bulk [noun]

Definition of Bulk:

size, largeness

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Sentence/Example of Bulk:

The bulk of his comments have focused on ending protesters’ violence rather than addressing the cause behind the demonstrations, with invocations of the upcoming presidential election.

Yu suggested that as offices reopen, people will want to avoid crowded cafeterias, and they’ll choose KitchenMate’s bulk deliveries over having lots of individual deliveries going in and out of buildings and elevators.

A group she co-founded, Cocktails for Hope, is now helping restaurants buy glass bottles in bulk for carryout.

Lately their business has survived primarily on web-based sales and bulk purchases.

The new features are designed to help advertisers optimize campaign performance and make bulk campaign management easier.

However, the the bulk of the brand’s projects are still being created, shot, edited and published remotely.

Mrázek held the mantle of starter during the regular season, but Carolina might consider giving Reimer, whose regular-season numbers were superior, the bulk of the workload in the playoffs.

The bulk of the conversations, however, are focused on the fall season, Brandau said.

International students make up the bulk of enrollment in graduate computer science and engineering programs.

It had not yet had as much time to bulk up as the Milky Way has.