Some articles on heavily:
2 meters tall, with an erect, unbranched, heavily leafy stem resembling a cornstalk ... The heavily veined, bright green leaves can be more than a foot long ... bloom and seed little in most years, but in occasional years bloom and seed heavily in synchrony ...
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... from The Beatles ("The White Album"), heavily edited ... Jane" – An outtake from The Beatles ("The White Album"), heavily remixed ... – An outtake from the "Get Back"/"Let It Be" sessions, heavily edited ...
... as a unit in a mixed force, Houston was heavily attacked by bombers after evading 4 attacks, she was heavily hit in a fifth attack, lost 60 killed and had 1 turret wholly disabled ... Exeter carried the brunt of the battle, and her fire alone heavily damaged 1 and possibly 2 heavy cruisers ... Although heavily damaged in the actions, Capt ...
... Arvada, which contained more registered Republicans than Democrats, was one area heavily targeted by Colorado Republicans hoping to make gains during the midterm 2010 legislative ... Gagliardi's campaign relied heavily on face-to-face interaction, as it had in previous elections ... endorsements, and while they praised Gagliardi heavily for her constituent outreach, they endorsed Szabo's bid for "radical changes." Gagliardi's campaign continued to run on her record of ...
More definitions of "heavily":
- (adv): Slowly as if burdened by much weight.
- (adv): In a heavy-footed manner.
Example: "He walked heavily up the three flights to his room"
- (adv): With great force.
Example: "She hit her arm heavily against the wall"
- (adv): In a manner designed for heavy duty.
Example: "A heavily constructed car"; "heavily armed"
Famous quotes containing the word heavily:
“Progress everywhere today does seem to come so very heavily disguised as Chaos.”
—Joyce Grenfell (19101979)
“This is of the loonI do not mean its laugh, but its looning,is a long-drawn call, as it were, sometimes singularly human to my ear,hoo-hoo-ooooo, like the hallooing of a man on a very high key, having thrown his voice into his head. I have heard a sound exactly like it when breathing heavily through my own nostrils, half awake at ten at night, suggesting my affinity to the loon; as if its language were but a dialect of my own, after all.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Down went the ownersgreedy men whom hope of gain allured:
Oh, dry the starting tear, for they were heavily insured.”
—Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (18361911)