Heav"i*ly(?), adv. [From 2d Heavy.] 1. In a heavy manner; with great weight; as, to bear heavily on a thing; to be heavily loaded.
Heavily interested in those schemes of emigration.The Century.
2. As if burdened with a great weight; slowly and laboriously; with difficulty; hence, in a slow, difficult, or suffering manner; sorrowfully.
And took off their chariot wheels, that they drave them heavily.Ex. xiv. 25.
Why looks your grace so heavily to-day?Shak.
3. Greatly; intensely; as,
heavily involved in a plot;
heavily invested in real estate.
4. In large quantity; as, it rained
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