Synonym: billow, bulge, drag, haul, hoist, lift, lug, pant, pull, raise, rise, surge, swell, tow, tug. Similar words: leave, weave, heavy, leave off, leave for, leave out, heavily, leave alone. Meaning: [hɪːv] n. 1. an upward movement (especially a rhythmical rising and falling) 2. (geology) a horizontal dislocation 3. the act of lifting something with great effort 4. an involuntary spasm of ineffectual vomiting 5. the act of raising something 6. throwing something heavy (with great effort). v. 1. utter a sound, as with obvious effort 2. throw with great effort 3. rise and move, as in waves or billows 4. lift or elevate 5. move or cause to move in a specified way, direction, or position 6. breathe noisily, as when one is exhausted 7. bend out of shape, as under pressure or from heat 8. make an unsuccessful effort to vomit; strain to vomit.
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1. We must heave to the boat, it's raining hard.
2. I managed to heave the trunk down the stairs.
3. We heave him onto the platform.
4. It took five strong men to heave the statue up a ramp and lower it into place.
5. Heave the rocks into the ravine.
6. Heave out the sails, let's row to the bank.
7. He gave the door a good heave.
8. The smell of the fish made me/my stomach heave.
9. Heave at my hand, I lift you up.
10. The thought of it makes me heave.
11. Heave the box onto the top shelf.
12. The billows heave on the sea.
13. It' s a very bad thing to heave things around.
14. They gave a great heave and rolled the boulder out of the way.
15. With a mighty heave he lifted the sack onto the truck.
16. It took only one heave to hurl him into the river.
17. A performance like that makes me want to heave up.
18. She gave a great heave and the box inched forward.
19. Heave ho(sentencedict.com), my hearties!
20. Don't heave your things around.
21. I think I'm gonna heave.
22. Everyone pull together now. Are you ready? Heave!
23. Still your stomach continues to churn and heave.
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24. He watched Joe heave his bulk out of the chair.
25. I had to heave the old hag out of the house when I got married.
26. With one giant heave, they loaded the sack onto the trailer.
27. He managed to grasp the metal, get a firm grip of it and heave his body upwards.
28. As the wind increased, the deck of the ship began to heave beneath his feet.
29. Having stayed at a small isolated island for about a month, I saw a vessel heave in sight, hull down.
30. The woman stopped crying, although her shoulders continued to heave, and her cheeks were still wet with tears.