heavily

All Adverb
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  • Group spirit is supposed to heavily influence the members of this community.
  • His literary works are usually based on the action genre and heavily feature technology.
  • Western-style theatre became common during colonial times, heavily influenced by French theatre.
  • All these events have been heavily criticized by international political figures.
  • It featured a young cast and a heavily rock-influenced score; the musical became a hit.
  • In particular, the special effects of the film have been heavily criticized.
  • The network continued in a heavily regulated market as international technology developed.
  • All of the stories feature non-human characters which have been heavily anthropomorphized.
  • Anthony continued to be heavily involved in anti-slavery work at the same time.
  • This music is typically influenced heavily by rock and folk music.
  • Since the late 19th century, public and private sectors have heavily developed the river.
  • After her death he continued to drink heavily, and conditions at home grew quite appalling.
  • He stated that Americans already contributed heavily to the defense of the Empire.
  • The book was heavily cut by his editor.
  • The economy is heavily based in agriculture, with a largely rural population.
  • The group has been heavily criticized by the press and the anti-cult movement.
  • By the beginning of the 20th Century, the High Street had become heavily built up.
  • The castle has been heavily altered since that time.
  • They must guard a village that is being shelled too heavily.
  • Rhode Island was heavily involved in the slave trade during the post-revolution era.
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Meaning of heavily

  • adverb To a considerable degree
    he relied heavily on others' data
  • adverb In a heavy-footed manner
    he walked heavily up the three flights to his room
  • adverb With great force
    she hit her arm heavily against the wall
  • adverb In a manner designed for heavy duty
    a heavily constructed car, heavily armed
  • adverb In a labored manner
    he breathed heavily
  • adverb Indulging excessively
    he drank heavily