Hefty in a sentence as an adjective

That's hefty fines or jail time with little chance of public sympathy.

The cost can be hefty and even more importantly, it's a total waste of time.

Clearly Quark pays for his own supplies, and charges hefty markups, and he's always seen fretting about the difference.

**** no, at least not without inspecting every piece inside for damage and a hefty discount for my troubles.

I felt I got burned by Uber the first time I used them during Hurricane Sandy when I was charged a hefty fee because of their dynamic pricing.

Every time I see one of your tools, I feel like I need to pay you a hefty sum to teach me how to start coding productively, cuz Hashicorp output seems ferocious.

After their hefty wiretap law of 2008, the strange circumstances of the 2010 allegations against Assange and now this, it seems to me that their ties with US intelligence and administration are tighter than many swedish citizens realize.

At the moment, among Korean web developers, accessibility is an even hotter topic than standards compliance, because lack of accessibility can get you into nasty lawsuits and hefty fines.

Is that really so much to ask? But maybe they don't, because after all they take a hefty cut of the profits on anything you make via an app, so they have a vested interest in pretending to support web standards but actually screwing them up to make app development more attractive.

Hefty definitions


(of a person) possessing physical strength and weight; rugged and powerful; "a hefty athlete"; "a muscular boxer"; "powerful arms"

See also: brawny muscular powerful sinewy


of considerable weight and size; "a hefty dictionary"


large in amount or extent or degree; "it cost a considerable amount"; "a goodly amount"; "received a hefty bonus"; "a respectable sum"; "a tidy sum of money"; "a sizable fortune"

See also: goodly goodish healthy respectable sizable sizeable tidy