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Noun
A great number of people or things
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“There were heaps of scrumptious food laid out on the long tables within the hall.”
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A large number of something
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“Sometimes, we would spend hours recording a whole heap of ideas, looking for that one special line or hook.”
Noun
Plural for a collection or accumulation of objects, typically placed haphazardly on top of each other
“One day, a great merchant was passing by her house and saw the great heap of firewood.”
Noun
Plural for an untidy collection of things lying about
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Plural for dilapidated car
Noun
Plural for a small hill or mound
Noun
Plural for a flat base or foundation on which something rests or is supported
Noun
Plural for a combustible heap on which corpses are burned
Noun
Plural for that which is left behind after something has been destroyed
Pronoun
A sufficient or adequate quantity or amount
Pronoun
A large or considerable amount
Adverb
To a great extent or degree
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“During the years of the gold rush in Australia the Chinese were well known for industriously working their way through the mullock heaps.”
Adjective
A thing or two
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Having too many to count
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Verb
To place (things) one on top of the other
“When done on both sides, heap them one on top of the other on a very hot dish.”
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To amass or accumulate something into a mass or heap
“I had the urge to heap them into a big bowl and leave them on my coffee table, just to admire their whimsical, sculptural form.”
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To bestow something in generous or extravagant quantities on
“It was infuriating to watch the Masters heap her with praise, when I'd practiced all night and she'd barely looked at the grimoire.”
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To fill something up, especially to overflowing and with force
“She was to take the tin tub with the angled lip down from its hook behind the stove, heap it full of snow, then drag it inside to melt on the stove.”
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To pack or fill very tightly
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To move materials with a shovel
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To provide in abundance
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To attack or ridicule publicly
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To fall or cause to fall in large or overwhelming quantities like, or as of, rain
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To hold or maintain
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To come together and form a group (of people)
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(of plants, fruits, etc.) To collect for food
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