heavy with

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Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of heavy with

:carrying or having a large amount of (something)
  • The trees are heavy with fruit.
  • Her comments were heavy with irony.

Word by Word Definitions

heavy play
  1. : having great weight

  2. : having a high specific gravity : having great weight in proportion to bulk

  3. : having or being atoms of greater than normal mass for that element

  1. : to a great or overwhelming degree : with or as if with great weight : in a heavy manner : heavily

  1. : heavyweight

  2. : a theatrical role of a dignified or somber character

  3. : a character in a story or play who opposes the hero : villain


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