Ponderous

Antonyms of PONDEROUS

Examples of usage:

  1. Of what sort of materials must that man be made, how must he be tempered and put together, who can sit whole years in Parliament, with five hundred and fifty of his fellow- citizens, amidst the storm of such tempestuous passions, in the sharp conflict of so many wits, and tempers, and characters, in the agitation of such mighty questions, in the discussion of such vast and ponderous interests, without seeing any one sort of men, whose character, conduct, or disposition, would lead him to associate himself with them, to aid and be aided, in any one system of public utility? "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. I. (of 12)" by Edmund Burke
  2. His weapon for all purposes was a rather ponderous twelve- gauge. "The Killer" by Stewart Edward White
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