My breasts have recently been weighing me down more than usual.
While weighing your options, focus your infamous constructive criticism on those asking for it.
The researcher Mikolaj Jan Piskorski, who discovered all this, suggested men in relationships might be weighing their options.
I happen to believe an audience is totally capable of weighing in the objectivity or subjectivity of the filmmaker.
Across the country, major politicians are weighing on the news.
Like the grilse, it returns to the river the summer of its spring migration, weighing about a pound and a half upon an average.
Then it wasn't worth while making such a fuss with their weighing!
The place where the weighing will take place is situated midway between heaven and hell.
I know what's on your heart, and may be it's as heavy as that which is weighing on my own.
She had the feeling of sitting before two judges who were weighing not only her words, but her tone of voice and appearance.
Old English wegan "find the weight of, have weight, lift, carry," from Proto-Germanic *weganan (cf. Old Saxon wegan, Old Frisian wega, Dutch wegen "to weigh," Old Norse vega, Old High German wegan "to move, carry, weigh," German wiegen "to weigh"), from PIE *wegh- "to move" (cf. Sanskrit vahati "carries, conveys," vahitram "vessel, ship;" Avestan vazaiti "he leads, draws;" Greek okhos "carriage;" Latin vehere "to carry, convey;" Old Church Slavonic vesti "to carry, convey;" Lithuanian vezu "to carry, convey;" Old Irish fecht "campaign, journey").
The original sense was of motion, which led to that of lifting, then to that of "measure the weight of." The older sense of "lift, carry" survives in the nautical phrase weigh anchor. Figurative sense of "to consider, ponder" (in reference to words, etc.) is recorded from mid-14c.