In the son's case, the father's ponderousness had turned to gravity.
But at nineteen Thomas had attained a height of six feet five, with a proportionate breadth and ponderousness.
The towering closeness of these on each hand, their impenetrability, and their ponderousness, are felt as a physical pressure.
David Saunderson was the embodiment of ponderousness; he spoke as slowly as he moved his cumbersome limbs.
His lifeless and verbose conceits soon provoke by their falsity, and fatigue by their ponderousness.
He believed that ponderousness and extension were qualities indispensable to eloquence.