heavy-handed[ hev-ee-han-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF heavy-handed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEAVY-HANDED
A rough-featured, heavy-handed peasant's son was this Peter.
John, being the heavy-faced and heavy-handed man, shut the door.
What had he in common with his own father—hard-working, heavy-handed Amos Burr?
Argyll's heavy-handed management of that election is the subject of Defoe's Atalantis Major.
That particular sort of heavy-handed jest was specially dear to Bronckhorst.
The boy could direct a gang of heavy-handed laborers nearly as well as he could.
Some men are born with the requisite sensitiveness of touch, others will be clumsy and heavy-handed to the end of their days.
And doubtless it was the cardinal's heavy-handed dealing with Fra Tomasso that had provoked this particular sermon.
And yet, compared with the methods of the heavy-handed realist of later times such unscrupulousness had a merit of its own.
It is the same fierce, hard-living, heavy-handed, very cunning service out of which the Navy as we know it to-day was born.