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Old Mears ponderously started the ball; but no one could keep it rolling.
It was Mr. Gassett ponderously climbing the steps of the terrace.
With lowered forehead, without looking up, swiftly and ponderously he crossed the room to one of the French windows.
“And that was what I was really waiting for,” the slow voice went on ponderously.
"Then that Dutch horn-player threw the bomb," propounded the head of the "Detective Bureau" ponderously.
"You have accurately diagnosed the situation," said Milburgh ponderously.
At the last of the blue flashes there was a whirring of hidden mechanism and the portal swung slowly and ponderously open.
His great head was moving sullenly, ponderously, from side to side.
While he watched, it began turning slowly, ponderously, and started sinking into the meteor.
c.1400, "thick;" early 15c., "heavy, weighty, clumsy," from Latin ponderosus "of great weight; full of meaning," from pondus (genitive ponderis) "weight" (see pound (n.1)). Meaning "tedious" is first recorded 1704. Related: Ponderously; ponderousness.