Why are you so heavily injured? This was a subtitle I saw in a drama I was watching, and I ask myself, Why can't they just write: Why are you so badly (severely) injured?
I assume they pick the first word they find because heavily relates to weight so is clearly not the right word in the sentence.
Another one: Is the funeral all done? Who doesn't know the proper word is Are the funeral service over?
Is the funeral all done? It sounded to me like it was been COOKED and it was no longer raw.
I always suggest they use of the thesaurus
Examples of heavily in a Sentence
He relies heavily on his wife for advice.
These artists borrow heavily from Picasso.
heavi·ly | \ ˈhe-və-lē \
Kids Definition of heavily ****(Is easier if one is not too proficient in English to use the section for kids)
1 : with or as if with weight
Bear down heavily on your pen.
2 : in a slow and difficult way
He's breathing heavily.
3 : very much
The house was heavily damaged.
Synonyms & Antonyms for heavily
achingly, almighty, archly, awful, awfully(***, badly,) beastly, blisteringly, bone, colossally, corking, cracking, damn, damned, dang, deadly, desperately, eminently, enormously, especially, ever, exceedingly (also exceeding), extra, extremely, fabulously
When we volunteer in a drama sometimes there is no time to be going back and forth the Thesaurus, but if you have the time with other slower pace drama, it pays in the long run.
Making some suggestion has no purpose to offend anyone. I hope my suggestion here helps.