heavy-set

heavy-set

adj
(of a person) having a large build
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Translations

heavy-set

[ˈhevɪˈset] ADJ (esp US) → corpulento, fornido
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heavy-set

[ˌhɛvɪˈsɛt] adj (esp Am) → tarchiato/a
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References in classic literature ?
A moment later he emerged, a heavy-set young fellow of eighteen or nineteen, with a glowering, villainous countenance, trailing at his heels.
I caught one or two other people staring at the heavy-set man in the suit too, but as he passed right by me, I realised once again I had fallen for the doppelganger effect.
Mr Lawless, a barista for Pret-A-Manger, described how his bike stalled at traffic lights, meaning he could not pull off, which annoyed a heavy-set, middle-aged man in the car behind.
This year, give a break to those heavy-set saris and embellished kurtis and be the showstopper with contemporary styles like sari kurtas, toga kurtas, cape gowns and long one piece dresses.
A suspect, a heavy-set white male with a beard, has surrendered.
No one is more obsessed than Amiroo, gentle and heavy-set, who seems willing to do anything to get close to the harmonica and its owner.
A few seconds later, Franks heavy-set, short frame walks into Chris office.
The suspect is eventually confronted by a heavy-set man who emerges from a white van and shoes him down the road.
The suspect is described as a black male, about 6 feet tall with a heavy-set build and light brown eyes and wearing dark grey sweat pants, a grey fleece hooded sweatshirt and a ski mask with an SIU logo covering his face.
Footage taken by a closed-circuit television camera showed the heavy-set gunman in a black jacket, talking to another man and walking to the billiard hall.
The video shows Grisham shouting at kids that the heavy-set bearded fellow they were waiting in line to take pictures with, and ask for a present from, was "just a man dressed up like Santa." Grisham can be seen telling children that neither flying reindeer nor a workshop nor elves exist in the North Pole, while parents in the background respond by shouting "That's enough!"