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ponderous (adjective), more ponderous, most ponderous
1. Pertaining to difficult and laborious movements: Lloyd was making ponderous, or slow moving steps, because he was carrying a very heavy box of books into another section of his apartment.

The tourists saw the groups of elephants making their ponderous ways across the plain in Kenya.

2. Referring to something that is very thick and heavy: Kim tried to carry the ponderous bookcase down the stairs by herself and she slipped and broke her arm and badly bruised her leg.
3. Relating to something that is slow and difficult to accomplish: Victoria spent many ponderous hours cleaning the mud and debris from the flood waters that got into her basement.
Very large or extremely dull.
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This entry is located in the following units: -ous, -ious, -eous (page 16) pond-, -pond (page 2)
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Conveying slowness and lumbering; exhaustive. (1)