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Made from anodized aluminum and with a matte finish, the Maglite is a hefty, solidly-built instrument.

However, after a hefty dose of LPS, acupuncture stirred up the “fight or flight” pathway through a different set of biological communication lines, which in turn ramped up inflammation to a dangerous level.

Moser is trying to portray the hefty fine hanging over his head as an act of government overreach.

The planet’s hefty pile of discarded electronics is getting a lot heavier, a new report finds.

This hefty outlay—along with problems with the previous generation of headsets, such as seasickness—has meant that the market for VR is still relatively small.

As this list shows, punishments typically run to a short-ish jail sentence and/or a moderately hefty fine.

Jimbo and I sat next to each other, Indian style, and leaned against the stack of black Hefty bags and electronics.

It took me fifteen minutes to fill a thick black Hefty bag with papers and computer parts.

Abbott took advantage of that opening and pulled down a hefty share of the Hispanic vote.

But minor offenders are caught in the storm as well, and can face hefty punishment.

For the most part big, strong, hefty-looking men; well uniformed, well set up.

It was empty, but he wanted nothing, only the barrels, which furnished a short and very hefty club.

He rose at their hefty salutation; readjusted his spectacles, blinked; and then it came over him: These damn pustulent princes!

"They'll hit the range near the head of the reserve and a hefty gang could get down the Wolf Creek gulch," Douglas observed.

Grease, in its barmiest days, near projuced a more hefty cavileer.

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On this page you'll find 98 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hefty, such as: colossal, fat, heavy, large, massive, and robust.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.