Meaning of HEAVY in English
n. 25B6; adjective
a heavy box : WEIGHTY, hefty, substantial, ponderous; solid, dense, leaden; burdensome; informal hulking, weighing a ton.
a heavy man : OVERWEIGHT, fat, obese, corpulent, large, bulky, stout, stocky, portly, plump, paunchy, fleshy; informal hulking, tubby, beefy, porky; Brit. informal podgy.
a heavy blow to the head : FORCEFUL, hard, strong, violent, powerful, vigorous, mighty, hefty, sharp, smart, severe.
a gardener did the heavy work for me : ARDUOUS, hard, physical, laborious, difficult, strenuous, demanding, tough, onerous, back-breaking, gruelling; archaic toilsome.
a heavy burden of responsibility : ONEROUS, burdensome, demanding, challenging, difficult, formidable, weighty; worrisome, stressful, trying, crushing, oppressive.
heavy fog : DENSE, thick, soupy, murky, impenetrable.
a heavy sky : OVERCAST, cloudy, clouded, grey, dull, gloomy, murky, dark, black, stormy, leaden, louring.
heavy rain : TORRENTIAL, relentless, copious, teeming, severe.
heavy soil : CLAY, clayey, muddy, sticky, wet; Brit. claggy; informal cloggy.
a heavy fine : SIZEABLE, hefty, substantial, colossal, big, considerable; stiff; informal tidy, whopping, steep, astronomical.
heavy seas : TEMPESTUOUS, turbulent, rough, wild, stormy, choppy, squally.
heavy fighting : INTENSE, fierce, vigorous, relentless, all-out, severe, serious.
a heavy drinker : IMMODERATE, excessive, intemperate, overindulgent, unrestrained, uncontrolled.
a heavy meal : SUBSTANTIAL, filling, hearty, large, big, ample, sizeable, generous, square, solid.
their diet is heavy on vegetables : ABOUNDING IN, abundant in, lavish with, profuse with, unstinting with, using a lot of.
he felt heavy and very tired : LETHARGIC, listless, sluggish, torpid, languid, apathetic.
a heavy heart : SAD, sorrowful, melancholy, gloomy, downcast, downhearted, heartbroken, dejected, disconsolate, demoralized, despondent, depressed, crestfallen, desolate, down; informal blue; poetic/literary dolorous.
these poems are rather heavy : TEDIOUS, difficult, dull, dry, serious, heavy going, dreary, boring, turgid, uninteresting; informal deadly.
branches heavy with blossoms : LADEN, loaded, covered, filled, groaning, bursting, teeming, abounding.
a heavy crop : BOUNTIFUL, plentiful, abundant, large, bumper, rich, copious, considerable, sizeable, profuse; informal whopping; poetic/literary plenteous.
he has heavy features : COARSE, rough, rough-hewn, unrefined; rugged, craggy.
light, thin, gentle, easy, bright, friable, small, calm, moderate, energetic, cheerful, meagre, delicate.
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