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Poetic Definitions: heavyweight
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Definitively jumbo, gargantuan or giant.
immense
intense
generous
vigorous
But not airy, unsubstantial or flippant.
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— Dave Howard
Yoda
Heavyweight: Master, can I become lightweight?

A pugilist, you were!
A beast, you have been!
A devil, you are!
A mogul, you will continually be!

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— Leah Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To heavyweight I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like memorable
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using durable

I have been seaching ever more,
     hoping again to sing your praise.
For words, I very much adore,
     lacking me in several ways.
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— Dwight Foster
Waka
Just like the titans,
they're repeatedly heavy.
Neither mild nor thin!
A grief, heartache or sorrow.
pile one upon another.

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— Maxine Cooper
Verse (modern)
Heavyweight

Too few verses find a rhyme with heavyweight, especially knowning there is deadweight.
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— Lydia Marshal
Unitoum
Heavyweight

Iteration
abnegate
repetition
quash

abnegate
meaning
quash
value

meaning
deprecate
value
flout

deprecate
repetition
flout
iteration.
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— Darryl Ros
Tanaka
Excessively fat
metaphorically hard
to a great extent
Of a drinker or drinking,
put on a grave expression.

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— Adrian Innocent
Rondelet
Heavyweight

In addition,
fundamental ingredient.
In addition,
confidential information.
Horizontal equivalent,
be the culminating event.
In addition.

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— Arnold Leopold
Quinzaine
Heavyweight

Fats are many heroics.
Can you believe it?
Are they great?

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— Gabriel Leith
Pi (π)
May I fake a pulse, delivered so beings might see
Newly charming overviews, eagerly informing, and oh but imparted free?
Stodgy or leaden feel all too manifest. But is topical?
Difficult, grave? - or forcible, powerful? Darn! I neglected typical!
I reckon prominent and sometimes corpulent, but happily ought I
- throw meanings so - notations drafted from computers spry?
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— Lucy Red
Octosyllable
Really stodgy and grumpy.
But also dodgy and lumpy.
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— Brett Austen
Nonet
A behemoth or leviathan
a culprit or perpetrator
a real pain in the neck
influential person
astronomical
memorable
corpulent
weighty
strong
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— Gordon Leopold
Mirror Cinquain
heavyweight
weighty, hefty
plumping, smacking, thumping
a person of exceptional importance and reputation
titan
mammoth
a man of extraordinari bulk and stature
thumping, smacking, banging
huge, enormous
giant
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— Darrell Carlisle
Limerick
There was a gal from Olacin,
She wanted a word for niacin.
      Such as the naughty?
      But then thought weighty!
So smart that girl from Olacin.
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— Lauren Ritchie
Kural
Colossus, behemoth, goliath, hulk
Whale's hardwearing personages

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— Valerie Delaney
Haiku (terse)
Considerable
materialization
appreciable

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— Wanda Dawson
Haiku (3-word)
Accentuating
supererogatory
signification

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— Bryan Baldwin
Haiku (modern)
An executive,
obese, hefty, and bulky,
beefier than most.

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— Tracy Rich
Gnomic
Being onerous, burdensome or cumbersome.
Being tedious, wearisome or irksome.

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— Denise Lucas
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
fat
weighty
corpulent
astronomical

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— Bruce Harvey
Diamante
Heavyweight
jumbo, large
thumping, smacking, trying
colossus, behemoth ..... cipher, grappler
calculating, inscribing, summarizing
closer, structured
lightweight
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— Joyce Austin
Cinquain - Phrasal
heavyweight
leading figure
man of importance
a pugilist or boxer
colossus

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— Amy Warren
Cinquain - Expressional
heavyweight
wrestler besides
this chief personage
affectionately known as big.
foremost!

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— Dennis Arnold
Butterfly Cinquain
heavy
solidly built
persistent and lasting
requiring or showing effort
bulky
wanting life and animation
of firm consistency
sharply inclined
grievous
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— Brian Tucker
Acrostic - Prefix
 Hardwearing
exquisite
arduous
vigorous
yielding
weighty
enormous
intense
giant
hefty
tough
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— John Davis

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.