Heft – meaning of the word and examples

To lift, hold, or carry something heavy using your hands. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Weight, heaviness. (Merriam -Webster)

Importance, influence. (Merriam – Webster)

Lift or carry (something heavy). (Oxford Dictionaries)

If you heft something, you lift it upward. (Collins Dictionary)

The heft of something is its weight or bulk. (Collins Dictionary)

If something such as an idea or argument has heft, it has the power to influence or impress people. (Collins Dictionary)


Words heft and stature.


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