adjective, weight·i·er, weight·i·est.
SYNONYMS FOR weighty
Related formsweight·i·ly, adverbweight·i·ness, nounun·weight·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for weighty
The sharply tailored blazer and weighty jewelry that cling to her body hints at the dominant personality she possesses.
“I believe in freedom of speech,” he says with a weighty stare.Dinner With James Deen During Porn’s Latest HIV Scare|Emily Shire|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Well, the implications would be many and weighty, both for the diminished USA and for the new entity.
Throughout, these weighty matters are examined candidly and wistfully, with the wisdom that only age and inwardness can bring.
When the ADL mixes serious, weighty trends with these teapot tempests, they ignore real Jewish issues.
"Benjamin, come hither," began Mr. Franklin, in his customary solemn and weighty tone.Biographical Stories|Nathaniel Hawthorne
I thought you had entirely forgot my £20 amid the other weighty matters you had to settle for me.The Book-Hunter|John Hill Burton
A very thoughtful and weighty book, which cannot but be welcome to every earnest student.The Evolutionist at Large|Grant Allen
There was one weighty reason for the overthrow of the gentes and the substitution of a new plan of government.Ancient Society|Lewis Henry Morgan
In this place we will only touch on the most weighty points.Histology of the Blood|Paul Ehrlich