Synonym: fill, gather, load, pile, stack. Similar words: cheap, leap, take apart, heal, hear, heat, head, wheat. Meaning: [hɪːp] n. 1. a collection of objects laid on top of each other 2. (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent 3. a car that is old and unreliable. v. 1. bestow in large quantities 2. arrange in stacks 3. fill to overflow.

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(1) The gardener began to

*heap*up the fallen leaves.(2) He put the cardboard boxes in a

*heap*and stamped them down.(3) There was a big

*heap*of stones in the road.(4) His clothes lay in a

*heap*on the floor.(5) The building was reduced to a

*heap*of rubble.(6) There was a

*heap*of stones where the building used to be.(7) A

*heap*of old clothes was lying in the corner.(8) You have no right to

*heap*insults on anybody.(9) She collapsed on the floor in a

*heap*.(10) I've got a whole

*heap*of work to do this afternoon.(11) He collapsed in an exhausted

*heap*on the floor.(12) He fell down the stairs, landing in a

*heap*at the bottom.(13) The envelopes for posting lay in a

*heap*on her desk.(14) I was struck all of a

*heap*.(15) They can't just consign me to the scrap

*heap*because I'm over fifty!(16) Alice bent to search through a

*heap*of clothes.(17) Throw the potato peelings on the compost

*heap*.(18) Her clothes were in an untidy

*heap*on the floor.(19) We have a

*heap*of work to do.(20) They finally collapsed in a

*heap*on the grass.(21) He has dug up the tiles that cover the floor and left them in a

*heap*.(22) Some people believe that Communism has been relegated/consigned to the scrap

*heap*of history.(23) What was once a cottage was now a crumbling

*heap*of rubble.(24) With the closure of the factory(sentencedict.com), thousands of workers have been thrown on the scrap

*heap*.(25) Many people who had been with the company for years were just thrown on the scrap

*heap*.(26) I always save the hedge trimmings for the compost

*heap*.(27) The very poor are at the bottom of the

*heap*.(28) Clothes were thrown in the luggage in an untidy

*heap*. Sentencedict.com(29) Unemployed people often feel they are on the scrap -

*heap*.(30) These workers are at the bottom of the economic

*heap*.