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    heavy

    The gold coin was heavy in my palm as I pulled it out of my pocket. I studied it for a long time before getting up and slipping it in my bedside drawer.

    She feels it is heavy or there is another meaning in heavy?


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    Re: heavy

    "Heavy" is being used literally to describe the weight of the coin. In this case, it has a relative meaning. Surely the coin is light enough to carry in a pocket and hold in his hand, but it is perhaps heavy compared to other coins.

    Pat

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