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heavy–duty

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of heavy–duty

  1. 1 extreme in degree, power, or effect some heavy-duty lobbying on the part of the president to get the bill passed Synonyms of heavy–duty acute, almighty, blistering, deep, dreadful, excruciating, explosive, exquisite, fearful, fearsome, ferocious, fierce, frightful, furious, ghastly, hard, heavy, heavy-duty, hellacious, intensive, keen, profound, terrible, vehement, vicious, violentWords Related to heavy–duty accentuated, aggravated, concentrated, deepened; emphasized, enhanced, heightened, intensified, magnified; stressed; exhaustive, thorough; harsh, rigorous, severeNear Antonyms of heavy–duty feeble, weak; shallow, superficial; moderated, qualified; alleviated, eased, lightened, toned (down); abated, decreased, diminished, lessened, reduced, subduedAntonyms of heavy–duty light, moderate, soft

  2. 2 having great power or influence a group of heavy-duty politicians and other notables attended the gala Synonyms of heavy–duty heavy, heavy-duty, influential, mighty, potent, powerful, puissant, significant, strongWords Related to heavy–duty high-level, senior, top; able, capable, competent, effective, efficient; authoritarian, autocratic (also autocratical), despotic, dictatorial, magisterial, tyrannical (also tyrannic); celebrated, distinguished, dominant, eminent, famed, famous, great, illustrious, noble, notable, noteworthy, notorious, outstanding, preeminent, prestigious, prominent, renowned; dynamic, energetic, forceful, high-powered, robust, vigorousNear Antonyms of heavy–duty feeble, flimsy, frail, infirm; anonymous, nameless, obscure, uncelebrated, unknown; incapable, incompetent, ineffective, inept, inexpert, unfit, unqualified, unskilled, unskillfulAntonyms of heavy–duty helpless, impotent, insignificant, little, powerless, unimportant, weak


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