Emma was a tall, big-boned
woman, with fair hair and large features.
has he swopped with you for that big-boned
hack of yours?
Looking round, the wayfarers saw a gaunt, big-boned
man, with sunken cheeks and a sallow face, who had come up behind them.
It may be only small injustice that the child can be exposed to; but the child is small, and its world is small, and its rocking-horse stands as many hands high, according to scale, as a big-boned
She might possibly make a handsome woman; but she was far too big-boned
and awkward ever to be called a pretty girl, and at present she cared little about it.
He bowed also to Miss Swaffer, who kept house frugally for her father--a broad- shouldered, big-boned
woman of forty-five, with the pocket of her dress full of keys, and a grey, steady eye.
At the kitchen door Daniel Byrne sat in his sleigh behind a big-boned
grey who pawed the snow and swung his long head restlessly from side to side.
I'm running toward Robert Redford", she told me, "and I'm a dense, big-boned
person and bundled into him
October 23: 1996: Boro finally give up big-boned
Brazilian Branco and release the full-figured full-back flop on a free.
Respighi's Quartetto Dorico was similarly given a beefy, big-boned
reading, often forcefully articulated, but well coloured and fully cognisant of the work's quirky romanticism.
That suggests big-boned
, slope-faced Neandertals shared with ancient humans a mental talent for using concrete objects--whether rock drawings or decorative feathers--to represent abstract ideas and beliefs, say evolutionary ecologist Clive Finlayson of the Gibraltar Museum and his colleagues.
I'm not big-boned
or pleasantly plump, I'm just fat because I'm greedy," the Birds of a Feather star confessed.