heavyweight[ hev-ee-weyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF heavyweight
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEAVYWEIGHT
Is this the lady that's entered for the heavyweight Juliet championship?
Better put two more on you, Buster, because youre a heavyweight, you know.
The heavyweight pursuer could not get nearer than half a dozen paces.
He had received a bit the worst of it in the heavyweight bout.
He has not worn an overcoat or heavyweight flannels for six years.
There was something purposeful in the way the heavyweight moved.
He ain't no heavyweight for brains as you can see, an' years ago he married a wife feather-headed as himself.
The heavyweight had been tempted to reach for his weapon by the certainty that he had come to the end of the passage.
"It would be real mean if they didn't," volunteered the heavyweight lady of the committee.
Maybe you remember about Mr. Robert's heavyweight young sister that wanted to play Juliet once?