Ponderous in a sentence

Use Ponderous in a sentence


Meaning: [adjective]weighty; slow and heavy ;

Turtles are slow and ponderous creatures … until we let them out of our sight for over 10 seconds .

Ship movement seems pretty ponderous at times.

The film was perceived as being too slow and ponderous , lacking the adventure and excitement expected from a major science fiction movie released in the wake of ‘ Star Wars ‘ .

Like all bulldozers, it was ponderous and slow to turn.

They can use large hand weapons , but they are slow and ponderous .

Balzac is painstakingly concerned with scene-setting, which is not ponderous but exceedingly minute.

Though heavy and ponderous in turning, the Earles fork gave the old Beemer a steady and reassuring ride.

The emperor, who favoured the ponderous Empire style of architecture, had to step in and solve the dispute in Montferrand’s favour.

In other words, the game had gotten ponderous, exactly the way Minnesota wants games to be.

The tempos in early heavy metal music tended to be “slow, even ponderous.”