heaviness

[ hev-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF heaviness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEAVINESS

Some of the heaviness of his spirit always left him at sight of the little house.

But, what with the heat and with heaviness of spirit, he did not notice her depression until he rose.

Life is pleasant enough to me; dull and full of heaviness to you.

Mr. Quinn, when he was told of the heaviness of Henry's slumber, said "Let him lie on!"

These were only light spells of heaviness, replete with vague charm that calmed her nerves.

Silence was again around him, almost tangible in its heaviness.

The burros halted now and then to rest, straining under the heaviness of their task.

It would have been hard for Belle to explain just what the heaviness in her heart portended.

An inattention to this rule has given a heaviness to the group before us.

Heaviness had suddenly come over me, heaviness of heart, and of body also.

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