heaving vs panting what difference

what is difference between heaving and panting

English

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈhiːvɪŋ/

Verb

heaving

  1. present participle of heave

Adjective

heaving (comparative more heaving, superlative most heaving)

  1. (informal) Crowded with people.
    • 2006, Tim Downie, “Ride Report: Bealach-na-Ba”, uk.rec.cycling [1]
      Kinlochewe was heaving with cyclists and their vehicles on Saturday morning but somehow, the organisers had found space for everyone and the main roads were kept clear.
    • 2006, “Krusty”, “Krusty’s Holiday”, uk.rec.motorcycles, [2]
      The pool was heaving with screaming kids. By contrast the beach was virtually deserted, apart from the one day a cruise ship docked & a group of about 10 people appeared.
    • 2007, “Jamie”, “Hyde Park Calling 2007”, “classic rock magazine readers”, [3]
      At this time it was pissing down and by the time Joe Satriani came on the tent was heaving with people just coming in to keep dry.

Noun

heaving (plural heavings)

  1. An occasion on which something heaves or is heaved.

Anagrams

  • haveing


English

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈpæntɪŋ/
  • Rhymes: -æntɪŋ

Verb

panting

  1. present participle of pant

Noun

panting (plural pantings)

  1. The act of one who pants.
    • 1850, William Wordsworth, The Prelude
      Now here, now there, moved by the straggling wind, / Came ever and anon a breathlike sound, / Quick as the pantings of the faithful dog []

Anagrams

  • P’ing-t’an, Pingtan

Cebuano

Noun

panting

  1. palace; castle

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