What is the opposite of heavily?

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Adverb
Opposite of slowly, in a laborious or ponderous manner
Adverb
Opposite of to an excessive or immoderate degree
Adverb
Opposite of to a very large or great degree
Adverb
Opposite of to a complete or absolute degree
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Opposite of in a dense or thick manner
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(informal) Opposite of to a very large or great degree
“Just make sure you are adequately hydrated when running around in this heat.”
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Opposite of in a forceful or powerful manner
Adverb
Opposite of very much or to an intense degree or extent
“I spent a few months half-heartedly applying to jobs online because I wasn't sure I really wanted to leave.”
Adverb
Opposite of at a slow speed
“Older companies will need to modernize quickly if they are to survive in today's economy.”
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Opposite of in a harsh or severe manner
“The Government reacted by benevolently providing the displaced civilians with food and shelter.”
Adverb
(of a physical object) Opposite of adverb for possessing great weight
“Our suitcase was very light once we emptied it after returning from our trip.”
Adverb
(of people or animals) Opposite of adverb for overweight or fat
“He was now a skinny man after months of depriving himself of food.”
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Opposite of adverb for requiring significant physical exertion
“She found being a dog walker to be easy, yet satisfying, work.”
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Opposite of adverb for mentally oppressive or hard to endure
“The success of his business proved to be an uplifting blessing on his mind and spirit.”
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Opposite of adverb for of substantial density
“The skies were clear and filled with wispy clouds.”
Adverb
Opposite of adverb for having a subject matter of importance
“This is a minor matter which we can ignore for now.”
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Opposite of adverb for influential or powerful in rank, position, or status
“It will be a concert that brings together a group of unknown talent in the field of modern hip-hop.”
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Opposite of adverb for containing perceptible moisture
“It is an arid climate with a few registered inches of rainfall in a normal year.”
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Opposite of adverb for having a muddy or sticky consistency
“The most suitable land for vanilla is gently sloping with light friable soil.”
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Opposite of adverb for large in size, amount, or intensity
“The banks have suffered inconsequential losses from investing in a few small businesses.”
Adverb
(of the elements) Opposite of adverb for violently disturbed or agitated
“The rough weather had passed and the sea was now calm.”
Adverb
Opposite of adverb for extreme in intensity
“The two opposing groups had a half-hearted fight before going their separate ways.”
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Opposite of adverb for feeling sluggish or slow
“After a good night's sleep, his body was feeling energetic again.”
Adverb
Opposite of adverb for filled with sadness or melancholy
“I look forward to seeing you again with a joyful heart.”
Adverb
(of a literary work) Opposite of adverb for overly serious or difficult
“The author's latest works were enthralling, arousing the interest of readers worldwide.”
Adverb
(predicative) Opposite of adverb for weighed down with something
“The crates were empty of any items whatsoever.”
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