heavily definition

  • adverb:
    • With an excellent fat or burden: greatly laden.
    • really gradually along with trouble; laboriously: walking greatly through the snow.
    • Greatly or seriously: greatly in debt.
    • in a heavy manner
    • with a great weight
    • to a substantial degree, to outstanding level
    • in a way made for heavy-duty
    • so as to be dense or heavy
    • in a laboured manner
    • In huge manner; with great body weight
    • like strained with an excellent fat; gradually and laboriously; with difficulty; ergo, in a slow, hard, or enduring fashion; sorrowfully.
    • Greatly; intensely.
    • In great quantity.
    • in a heavy-footed fashion
    • gradually as though strained by much fat
    • in a way created for heavy duty
    • in a labored way
    • indulging overly
    • with great power
    • to a substantial degree
  • others:
    • In a heavy way; with great body weight or burden.
    • thus With oppression or difficulty; grievously; dejectedly; tediously.
    • Densely; thickly: because, greatly bearded; greatly timbered.

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