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See definition of heaviest on Dictionary.com
  • adj.having great weight
  • adj.difficult, severe
  • adj.depressed, gloomy
  • adj.listless, slow

synonyms for heaviest

  • abundant
  • awkward
  • big
  • bulky
  • burdensome
  • considerable
  • cumbersome
  • excessive
  • fat
  • hefty
  • huge
  • large
  • massive
  • substantial
  • unwieldy
  • weighty
  • gross
  • lumbering
  • overweight
  • stout
  • ample
  • beefy
  • built
  • chunky
  • copious
  • corpulent
  • cumbrous
  • elephantine
  • enceinte
  • expectant
  • fleshy
  • gravid
  • laden
  • lead-footed
  • loaded
  • obese
  • oppressed
  • parturient
  • ponderous
  • porcine
  • portly
  • pregnant
  • top-heavy
  • two-ton
  • unmanageable
  • weighted
  • zaftig
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antonyms for heaviest

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  • convenient
  • easy
  • graceful
  • handy
  • impoverished
  • insignificant
  • little
  • miniature
  • poor
  • slight
  • small
  • thin
  • tiny
  • unimportant
  • unsubstantial
  • skinny
  • underweight
  • airy
  • gay
  • happy
  • inconsequential
  • joyful
  • light
  • lightweight
  • moving
  • trivial
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How to use heaviest in a sentence

Then the general started out to secure the longest and heaviest pair of cavalry sabres he could find in Rome.
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The heaviest rainfall usually occurs, however, during the summer.
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This blow, struck by Madame Roland, was by far the heaviest the throne of France had yet received.
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They rivaled the Jacobins in the endeavor to see who could strike the heaviest blows against the throne.
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The Pryor makes the heaviest, richest shipping, and can only be grown to perfection on alluvial or heavily manured lands.
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On very sandy fields the heaviest rainfall may be taken up by the porous earth, so that no streams are found.
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The heaviest contributions were levied on all natives and foreigners, and the misery of a siege was coming upon the city.
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To ford the main river was no longer possible, for the heaviest man would have been swept off his feet in an instant.
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And, of all the yokes, is not that of the glebe the heaviest, which forbids them to cross the boundaries of their own seigniory.
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A tremendous bombardment goes on about 10 miles east of us, the heaviest I have heard yet.
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