Heavily meaning

hĕvə-lē
In a heavy manner.

She fell heavily into bed.

He clomped heavily up the stairs in his boots.

The great clod trod heavily on my toes!

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With a great weight.

Heavily burdened.

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To a considerable degree, to a great extent.

He relied heavily on the data collected by the others.

He drank heavily.

Heavily in debt; heavily tattooed.

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In a manner designed for heavy duty.

Heavily armed soldiers; heavily armoured tanks; heavily reinforced walls.

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So as to be thick or heavy.

Heavily built young men; his heavily muscled arms.

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In a laboured manner.

He breathed heavily.

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With a great weight or burden.

Heavily laden.

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Very slowly and with difficulty; laboriously.

Walking heavily through the snow.

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Greatly or severely.

Heavily in debt.

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In a heavy manner.
  • With a heavy weight.
    heavily burdened.
  • As if with a heavy weight; slowly; clumsily; laboriously.
    To rise heavily from one's seat.
  • Oppressively; severely.
    heavily taxed.
  • Abundantly.
    heavily populated.
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Origin of heavily

  • heavy +‎ -ly

    From Wiktionary