Crossword clues for hefty
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Hefty \Heft"y\, a.
Moderately heavy. [Colloq. U. S.]
Strong; muscular; -- of people.
Substantial; large; as, a hefty increase in annual profits.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1867, from heft + -y (2). Related: Heftiness.
a. 1 heavy 2 strong, bulky 3 (context of a person English) possessing physical strength and weight; rugged and powerful; powerfully or heavily built. 4 impressive, mighty
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" [syn: goodly, goodish, respectable, sizable, sizeable, tidy]
Hefty is a brand name of household products such as trash bags and trash cans, disposable tableware, children’s disposable tableware, slider closure food storage and freezer bags, plastic storage bins, and disposable cookware. Originally a Mobil product, the brand has been owned by Reynolds Consumer Products, Inc since 2010.
Hefty is a registered trademark of Pactiv Corporation.
Hefty may also refer to:
- Fred K. Hefty (1871-1925), an American politician
- Hefty Records, an independent record label
- Hefty Smurf, a male fictional character from The Smurfs
Usage examples of "hefty".
The best and most fiercely alive cats could usually claw their way out of a Hefty bag, though, which created this conundrum where the ones most worth watching assuming bagged shapes were the ones Lenz risked maybe not getting his issues resolved on.
Templar disliked Bittle enough to seize a convenient opportunity of dotting the millionaire one with a hefty bit of bronze.
Father Cesare sat his hefty body upon his chair once more, his eyes wincing in pain as the bones wracked painfully together.
Arabian to the heftiest drafter, and also camels and their cousins, the sleek racing dromedaries.
She picked up the little, soft Golden Retriever with her free hand and studied it closely, swigging a hefty champagne guzzle at the same time.
Knowing full well that Kogh had the bread, he had demanded and gotten a hefty retainer, but it and double or triple it would be worth it if he could turn up anything relating to Arsen and Rupen and the rest.
Nicholas Loder and his friend Rollo, and it was because they were crowding him, I thought, that Dozen Roses swung round on his leading rein and pulled backwards from his lad, and in straightening up again hit the Rollo man a hefty buffet with his rump and knocked him to his knees.
It was Pilau who took the hefty batteries from the coun cilhouse kitchen, trundling them back and forth one at a time in a wheelbarrow for each test.
Tuck splits the take, half for him-out of- which he pays a hefty concession fee to Sombra Brothers and all over head-the other half to be divided among his other eleven attractions.
Rama made his way through a group of excited young vaisya girls, all clutching hands together and laughing excitedly, led by a trio of hefty daiimaas.
Hart had one hefty blue vulcanite suitcase on wheels, a kind of cabin trunk, called Globetrotter.
Cindy is the heftier of the two, the more zoftig the one he imagined would now call the tune and lead the band.
The stopper popped open with a soft plop and Brett sniffed the brandy appreciatively before he poured a hefty draught into a silver cup.
Zeebron Stell, with his hefty build, swarthy skin, short-cropped black hair and shaggy mustache, almost an inverse of Brose, brought them back on track.
The fact is, Macintosh left her a hefty fortune, which I understood was destined for myself.