heavy

Heavy vs Heartless - What's the difference?

heavy | heartless | Related terms |

Heavy is a related term of heartless.


As adjectives the difference between heavy and heartless

is that heavy is (of a physical object) having great weight or heavy can be having the heaves while heartless is without a heart; specifically, without feeling, emotion, or concern for others; uncaring.

As an adverb heavy

is heavily.

As a noun heavy

is a villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts.

As a verb heavy

is to make heavier.

Pining vs Heavy - What's the difference?

pining | heavy | Related terms |

Pining is a related term of heavy.


As nouns the difference between pining and heavy

is that pining is torture while heavy is a villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts.

As an adjective heavy is

(of a physical object) having great weight or heavy can be having the heaves.

As an adverb heavy is

heavily.

As a verb heavy is

to make heavier.

Heavy vs Tasteless - What's the difference?

heavy | tasteless | Related terms |

Heavy is a related term of tasteless.


As adjectives the difference between heavy and tasteless

is that heavy is (of a physical object) having great weight or heavy can be having the heaves while tasteless is having no flavour; bland, insipid.

As an adverb heavy

is heavily.

As a noun heavy

is a villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts.

As a verb heavy

is to make heavier.

Heavy vs Sturdy - What's the difference?

heavy | sturdy | Synonyms |

Heavy is a synonym of sturdy.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between heavy and sturdy

is that heavy is (obsolete) with child; pregnant while sturdy is (obsolete) foolishly obstinate or resolute; stubborn.

As adjectives the difference between heavy and sturdy

is that heavy is (of a physical object) having great weight or heavy can be having the heaves while sturdy is of firm build; stiff; stout; strong.

As nouns the difference between heavy and sturdy

is that heavy is a villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts while sturdy is a disease in sheep and cattle, marked by great nervousness, or by dullness and stupor.

As an adverb heavy

is heavily.

As a verb heavy

is to make heavier.

Heavy vs Irksome - What's the difference?

heavy | irksome | Related terms |

Heavy is a related term of irksome.


As adjectives the difference between heavy and irksome

is that heavy is (of a physical object) having great weight or heavy can be having the heaves while irksome is disagreeable or troublesome by reason of long continuance or repetition; bothersome; annoying; irritating; wearisome; tedious.

As an adverb heavy

is heavily.

As a noun heavy

is a villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts.

As a verb heavy

is to make heavier.

Heavy vs Drowsy - What's the difference?

heavy | drowsy | Related terms |

Heavy is a related term of drowsy.


As adjectives the difference between heavy and drowsy

is that heavy is (of a physical object) having great weight or heavy can be having the heaves while drowsy is inclined to drowse; heavy with sleepiness; lethargic; dozy.

As an adverb heavy

is heavily.

As a noun heavy

is a villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts.

As a verb heavy

is to make heavier.

Sickly vs Heavy - What's the difference?

sickly | heavy | Related terms |

Sickly is a related term of heavy.


As adjectives the difference between sickly and heavy

is that sickly is frequently ill; often in poor health; given to becoming ill while heavy is (of a physical object) having great weight or heavy can be having the heaves.

As verbs the difference between sickly and heavy

is that sickly is to make sickly while heavy is to make heavier.

As adverbs the difference between sickly and heavy

is that sickly is in a sick manner while heavy is heavily.

As a noun heavy is

a villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts.

Weigh vs Heavy - What's the difference?

weigh | heavy |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between weigh and heavy

is that weigh is (obsolete) to consider as worthy of notice; to regard while heavy is (obsolete) with child; pregnant.

As verbs the difference between weigh and heavy

is that weigh is to determine the weight of an object while heavy is to make heavier.

As an adjective heavy is

(of a physical object) having great weight or heavy can be having the heaves.

As an adverb heavy is

heavily.

As a noun heavy is

a villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts.

Weighed vs Heavy - What's the difference?

weighed | heavy |


As verbs the difference between weighed and heavy

is that weighed is (weigh) while heavy is to make heavier.

As an adjective heavy is

(of a physical object) having great weight or heavy can be having the heaves.

As an adverb heavy is

heavily.

As a noun heavy is

a villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts.

Superheavy vs Heavy - What's the difference?

superheavy | heavy |


As adjectives the difference between superheavy and heavy

is that superheavy is having far greater weight than usual while heavy is (of a physical object) having great weight or heavy can be having the heaves.

As nouns the difference between superheavy and heavy

is that superheavy is (physics) any superheavy element while heavy is a villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts.

As an adverb heavy is

heavily.

As a verb heavy is

to make heavier.

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