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ponderous
used in Main Street

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

or

boring — especially because of  length
  • Clouds hewn of ponderous timber weighing down on the earth; an irresolute dropping of snow specks upon the trampled wastes.
    Chapter 10 (23% in)
  • He turned and plodded back, a ponderous furry figure, holding the horses' bridles, Carol's hand dragging at his sleeve.
    Chapter 15 (96% in)
  • They were in the kitchen, side by side on a bench, while the others ponderously supped in the room beyond.
    Chapter 21 (15% in)

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