very heavy‘He wasn't very heavy, Kemp, though.
too heavyIt is too heavy already
heavy rainThe weather turned sour with thunderstorms and heavy rain.
there is heavyIf there is heavy rain, the spillways must be enlarged to allow the floodwater to escape before the dam bursts.
heavy ironSix purple candles, three on either side, flickered in heavy iron holders.
heavy dutyThroughout, the manufacture is heavy duty for durability.
heavy machineryInvading scrub is removed with heavy machinery and burnt.
heavy curtainHang a heavy curtain over the front door to make the hall warmer.
heavy fightingThe coup attempt was the bloodiest in Nigeria's history, with at least 10 killed in heavy fighting.
quite heavyCommon sense tells me I should get more sleep, as my work-load is quite heavy at the moment.
like a heavyShe lifted it aside — it felt like a heavy curtain — and still could not see anything.
so heavyNever has the burden of choice been so heavy.
heavy bootsBut tonight his thoughts were stamping around his mind wearing heavy boots.
heavy workAnd then they did the the heavy work erm in the in the morning and in the evening.
under heavyOn Oct. 17, Vukovar came under heavy attack, and on Oct. 20 a relief convoy organized by Médecins sans Frontières evacuated 109 wounded from the city.
heavy priceThey belonged without doubt to the successful minority, but a heavy price had been paid by most of them.
face heavy finesRacecourse officials and race starter Capt Keith Brown could also face heavy fines after coming in for stiff criticism.
heavy goodsPolice motorcycles flagged down every suspect heavy goods vehicle.
heavy metalPerhaps it was the shock, but the band turned heavy metal not long after.
particularly heavyThere was no response, which meant that he might still be sleeping off a particularly heavy lunchtime session or perhaps was in the bath and couldn't be bothered to get out.
heavy fineNIGEL BENN was yesterday attacked for ‘unprofessionalism’ and threatened with a heavy fine by promoter Barry Hearn.