Heavily in a sentence as an adverb

If they can figure out things that need improving in their code, that weighs heavily in their favour.

I can start heavily using COM without rewriting my whole code-base.

I didn't know Aaron, but I suspect that this fact may have weighed more heavily on his mind than the incarceration time itself.

It has been heavily gentrified, developed, and restructured over the past three decades.

I feel like it's almost a right of passage these days to rely heavily on a Google service, only to have something go wrong and be left out in the cold.

Back in the mid-20th century, trucking was one of the most heavily unionized industries, via the IBT primarily.

For those of you that are tight on time, here are some heavily paraphrased notes I've been taking, referencing some of the more thought provoking parts of the interview.

It's based off a very primitive core idea, everything is a file, and very heavily reliant on "text dump" based programming and configuration.

" Trimming even an SSD with a heavily fragmented filesystem takes only a matter of seconds because the commands to send to the firmware of the SSD are very simple, very low bandwidth.

Heavily definitions


to a considerable degree; "he relied heavily on others' data"


in a heavy-footed manner; "he walked heavily up the three flights to his room"


with great force; "she hit her arm heavily against the wall"


in a manner designed for heavy duty; "a heavily constructed car"; "heavily armed"


slowly as if burdened by much weight; "time hung heavy on their hands"

See also: heavy


in a labored manner; "he breathed heavily"


indulging excessively; "he drank heavily"

See also: intemperately hard