Examples of heavyset in a Sentence
has the heavyset build of a weight lifter
Recent Examples of heavyset from the Web
Piper said her attacker is a young, heavyset black female, possibly between the ages of 16 to 20.
Geremy Jasper’s endearing, infectiously inspiring debut feature stars freckled, frizzy-haired Danielle Macdonald as Patti, a heavyset white girl who longs to be a rapper.
His neighbor, a heavyset white guy with a buzz cut, had just pulled up in his pickup truck.
Zerai, a heavyset man in a white soutane, a crucifix hanging from his neck, laughs at this new twist of fate.
The store was packed, mostly with heavyset women like me.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department described the man as a bearded, heavyset white adult between 50 and 60 years old.
Online, people cracked jokes about the sight of the heavyset Christie in a beach chair.
Commenters on social media mocked the governor as selfish and arrogant and cracked jokes about the sight of the heavyset Christie in a beach chair in sandals, shorts and a T-shirt.
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First Known Use of heavyset
Synonymschunky, dumpy, stocky, squat, squatty, stout, stubby, stumpy, thickset
Related Wordsbeefy, brawny, bulky, burly, husky, sturdy, thick, thickish, weighty; chubby, corpulent, fat, fleshy, full, gross, heavy, obese, overweight, plump, portly, pudgy, roly-poly, rotund, round, tubby; paunchy, potbellied; flabby, soft
Near Antonymsdelicate, fragile, frail, puny; lean, skinny, slender, slim, spare, thin; angular, bony (also boney), gaunt, lank, lanky, rawboned, sinewy; scraggy, scrawny, slight; anorexic, cadaverous, emaciated, haggard, skeletal, wasted; spindly, twiggy, waspish, weedy, willowy, wiry
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