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Another word for heavy

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Adjective
  1. Having a relatively great weight

    See also:

    heavy

  2. Unwieldy or clumsy, especially due to excess weight

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    heavy

    easy

  3. Having a large body, especially in girth

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    big

  4. Intensely sustained, especially in activity

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    strong

  5. Conveying great physical force

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    big

  6. Intensely violent in sustained velocity

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    strong

  7. Violently disturbed or agitated, as by storms

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    calm

  8. Indulging in drink to an excessive degree

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    excess

  9. Having great consequence or weight

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    important

  10. Having a dense or viscous consistency

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    solid

  11. Not readily digested because of richness

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    ingestion

  12. Growing profusely

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    big

  13. Burdened by a weighty load

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    full

  14. Beyond the understanding of an average mind

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    surface

    easy

Noun
  1. A mean, worthless character in a story or play

    See also:

    right

Another word for heavy

Synonym Study

  • Cumbersome implies a heaviness and bulkiness that makes for awkward handling and, in extended use, connotes unwieldiness cumbersome formalities
  • Massive stresses largeness and solidity rather than heaviness and connotes an impressiveness due to great size massive structures
  • Weighty suggests heaviness as an absolute rather than a relative quality and figuratively connotes great importance or influence a weighty problem: ponderous applies to something that is very heavy because of size or bulk and figuratively connotes a labored or dull quality a ponderous dissertation
  • Heavy implies relatively great density, quantity, intensity, etc. and figuratively connotes a pressing down on the mind, spirits, or senses heavy water, heavy-hearted