Definition of Heaving:
lift, throw with effort
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Sentence/Example of Heaving:
By then, however, Maryland had no time for anything more meaningful than a failed full-court heave.
For the second week in a row, Pittsburgh survived a last-snap heave into the end zone by the opposing quarterback that would have won the game.
She craned forward, the smile gone from her lips, a horror in her eyes, her bosom heaving.
She stood before him with lowered eyelids, her bosom heaving still from the agitation of fear his closeness had aroused in her.
In the midst of its heaving waters he quickly arose flinging his long arms wildly about, and shouting for help with bubbling cry.
Newton made no answer, and Jackson went forward, where the remainder of the crew were heaving up the anchor with the windlass.
Sometimes I catch myself heaving a sigh for the old man that's dead, and saying to myself, "That was a great life yonder."
For the whole Pacific Ocean appeared to be heaving out its chest and coming on, eighty feet high.
Her smile passed while she looked, she caught both hands to her heaving breast and a wild intensity burned suddenly in her eyes.
She listened with compressed lips and heaving shoulders; and the bitterest drop in her cup was the knowledge that he despised her.