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Ponderosity

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Noun

1. heft, heftiness, massiveness, ponderosity, ponderousness

the property of being large in mass

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Ponderosity

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adjective
1. 
of great weight; heavy; huge
2. 
(esp of movement) lacking ease or lightness; awkward, lumbering, or graceless
3. 
dull or laborious
a ponderous oration

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Ponderosity

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adjective
1. 
very heavy
2. 
unwieldy because of weight
3. 
that seems heavy; bulky; massive
4. 
labored and dull
a ponderous joke

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Ponderosity

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adj.
1. Having great weight: "The new metal ... was denser, more ponderous than gold" (Oliver Sacks).
2.
a. Slow and labored because of great bulk or weight: "The massive turtle ... trudged on resolutely, making good time for such a labored and ponderous gait" (Rick Bass).
b. Difficult to maneuver or control because of great bulk or weight: ponderous luggage.
c. Slow or difficult to manage, especially because of complexity: ponderous legal procedures.
3. Dull and lacking grace or fluency: a ponderous speech. See Synonyms at heavy.

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