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Definitions of heap:

part of speech: verb transitive

To form into a pile.

part of speech: verb transitive

To throw in a heap or pile: to amass: to pile above the top:- pr. p. heaping; pa. p. heaped'.

part of speech: noun

A pile or collection of things thrown together; a quantity; accumulation; crowd.

part of speech: noun

A pile or mass consisting of many single things; a collection, as of ruins.

part of speech: verb

To throw or lay together single things in a mass or pile; to accumulate; to amass or lay up.

part of speech: noun

A pile or mass heaved or thrown together: a collection: ( B.) a ruin.

Usage examples for heap:

  • I've seen a heap "Desert Dust", Edwin L. Sabin
  • Heap of his ma's ways I seem to see in Sonny since she's went. "Sonny, A Christmas Guest", Ruth McEnery Stuart
  • Here's a heap of letters. "Tabitha at Ivy Hall", Ruth Alberta Brown
  • Knocked me all of a heap when I heard of it. "Jack Haydon's Quest", John Finnemore
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