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ponderous
used in Jane Eyre

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Definition
large or of great weight; or slow and unwieldy — especially because of size

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boring — especially because of  length
  • This was a blessing, bright, vivid, and exhilarating; — not like the ponderous gift of gold: rich and welcome enough in its way, but sobering from its weight.
    Chapter 33 (70% in)

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