Heav·y [hev-ee] -adjective
– of great weight; hard to lift or carry: a heavy load.
– of great amount, quantity, or size; extremely large; massive: a heavy vote; a heavy snowfall.
– of great force, intensity, turbulence, etc.: a heavy sea.
– of major import; grave; serious: a heavy offence.
– deep or intense; profound: a heavy thinker; heavy slumber.
– fraught; loaded; charged: words heavy with meaning.
– loud and deep; sonorous: a heavy sound.
– Slang. a. very good; excellent. b. very serious or important: a really heavy relationship.
– Slang. a. very important or influential person: a reception for government heavies.
Origin: bef. 900; ME hevi, OE hefig, equiv. to hef(e) weight (akin to heave) + -ig -y1
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Doors @ 10pm
$15 before 12/ $20 after
2 OPEN BARS @ 10pm and 3am
372B Ten Eyck St.
(bet. Bogart & Morgan Av.)
Brooklyn, NY 11206
L train to Grand St.