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heavy

adjective

Definition of HEAVY

1
having great weight <this trunk full of books is much too heavy for one person to lift>
Antonyms light, weightless
2
causing weariness, restlessness, or lack of interest <the study of history doesn't have to be all about dull heavy reading and the memorization of dates>
3
containing much seasoning, fat, or sugar <avoid heavy desserts like cheesecake and pecan pie>
Synonyms heavy
Antonyms light, lite
4
covered over by clouds <heavy skies threatening rain>
Synonyms beclouded, clouded, cloudy, dull, hazed, hazy, heavy, lowering (also louring), overclouded
Antonyms clear, cloudless
7
having a matter of importance as its topic <got into a heavy discussion about death and the afterlife>
Synonyms grave, heavy, weighty
Antonyms light, unserious
10
containing unborn young within the body <the heifer was heavy with young and soon would be birthing>
Antonyms nonpregnant

March 28, 2015
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