unweighty

weighty

[wey-tee]
adjective, weightier, weightiest.
1.
having considerable weight; heavy; ponderous: a weighty bundle.
2.
burdensome or troublesome: the weightier cares of sovereignty.
3.
important or momentous: weighty negotiations.
4.
having or exerting influence, power, etc.; influential: a weighty merchant of Boston.

Origin:
1480–90; see weight, -y1

weightily, adverb
weightiness, noun
unweighty, adjective


3. significant, serious, grave, consequential. See heavy.


1, 3. light. 3. unimportant.
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weighty (ˈweɪtɪ)
 
adj , weightier, weightiest
1.  having great weight
2.  important or momentous
3.  causing anxiety or worry
 
'weightily
 
adv
 
'weightiness
 
n

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