go heavy on


: to use a lot of (something)
Go heavy on the sauce, please.

Examples of go heavy on in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Raymond Hall Like sheer lace ensembles, oversized coats that go heavy on the fuzzy factor have been trending for a few years now. Kathleen Walsh, Glamour, 29 Nov. 2023 Find ways to bond with them that work for you all, and stop with the toxic terms that go heavy on harmful gender roles. Beth Ann Mayer, Parents, 24 Oct. 2023 Avoid any sweetened except honey, and go heavy on the spices. Marisa Cohen, Good Housekeeping, 6 Oct. 2020 With only one commit at offensive tackle in 2021 — and its top target trending toward LSU — Ohio State will go heavy on the position in 2022. Stephen Means, cleveland, 19 Oct. 2020 And the show’s scripts go heavy on the self-referentiality. Angie Han, The Hollywood Reporter, 19 Sep. 2022 The burgers did go heavy on the sauces and dressings though. Brett Molina, USA TODAY, 23 May 2022 For instance, one of its first such stores will be in Seattle and go heavy on outdoor apparel. Lauren Debter, Forbes, 7 Mar. 2022 With an extra week between the final preseason game and the season opener this year, Nagy said the Bears would go heavy on strength and conditioning and mental reps in the week ahead but also would begin game-planning for the Rams. Colleen Kane, chicagotribune.com, 29 Aug. 2021 See More

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“Go heavy on.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/go%20heavy%20on. Accessed 21 Feb. 2024.

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