Heavy-footed, ponderous, Young Denny gave way before that attack.
We want no longer any heavy-footed, melancholy service from the negro.
It represented a heavy-footed person, incapable of further agility.
Aunt Alice threw off her hat and walked, heavy-footed, into the living-room.
After Desire departed for Reno, the winter dragged along, heavy-footed.
And I would have to drag about, heavy-footed, in a skimpy muslin!
Certainly it could not be Mrs. Cupp, for she was heavy-footed.
But his dance with some faded, heavy-footed woman was not to be.
But gradually the sounds died down, till there came the heavy-footed thud of the beaky.
Were they descending from their pedestals and cases and marching upon her, a heavy-footed company of corpses?