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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of heavy.

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Examples

  • "No one should be pressured or heavied and that is the counsel I am giving to everyone," he told ABC TV over the weekend.

    Tensions Flare in Australian Political Talks

  • Also hanging out there are the new Left party (heavied up with former East German leftists) with 8.5 percent and the possibility of a grand coalition of the two opposing big parties.

    Speaking of schadenfreude: Meanwhile, in the German elections « BuzzMachine

  • I was sweating by now and in no mood to be heavied out, so the minute he turned his back I jumped into the middle of the dancing and bopped away like a madwoman, shrieking and flaunting it, rubbing my arse against every available crotch and shouting for drugs at the top of my voice.

    High Society

  • Despair heavied my legs, making them feel nailed to the floor and my heart started to pound in anticipation of her reply.

    Midnight Whispers

  • Despair heavied my legs, making them feel nailed to the floor.

    Dark Angel

  • And now the cataloguing had heavied the lids and etched a line between her straight brown brows.

    The Rose-Garden Husband

  • Sad was the man that word to hear that him so heavied in bowels ruthful.

    Ulysses

  • But the accused has blamed an alleged gun-toting associate who was being heavied by bikies for the shooting.

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  • We heavied them up in the last couple of quarters ago, because of some of the inventory that was built up in the channel, but you'll see us promoting our product.

    Retail Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • Your observations that the third quarter was heavied up in terms of promotional activity is absolutely right.

    Retail Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

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