Another word for heap
pile, accumulation, mass, agglomeration, stack, load, collection, aggregation, stock, store, hoard, mountain, mound, abundance, profusion, bulk, fullness, volume, plenty, lump, total, sum, whole, huddle, mow, barrow, cartload, swell, harvest, hillock, deposit, carload, cargo, cock, wagonload, block, pyre, packet, jumble, pyramid, hill, cluster, confused mass, drift, bale, clump, shock, batch, bundle, bunch, gathering, amassment, acervation, concentration, haul*, junk pile*, full house*, lots*; see also quantity.
To place in a heap
pile, add, swell, bunch, lump, stack, rank, order, cord, bank, fill up, arrange, pile high, dike, hill, barricade, fill to overflowing, throw together, rake together, batch together, bunch together, draw together, fill up, pile up, heap up, mass, barrow, ruck, gather, dump, concentrate, mound, coacervate, deposit, dredge, group, throw in a heap, cast in a heap, gather in a heap, shock; see also load 1, pack 2.
Another word for heapnoun
A group of things gathered haphazardly:agglomeration, bank1, cumulus, drift, hill, mass, mess, mound, mountain, pile, shock2, stack, tumble. See order
A great deal:abundance, mass, mountain, much, plenty, profusion, wealth, world. (Informal) barrel, lot, pack, peck2, pile. (Regional) power, sight. See big
An indeterminately great amount or number.Often used in plural: jillion, million (often used in plural), multiplicity, ream, trillion. (Informal) bushel, gob1 (often used in plural), load (often used in plural), lot, oodles, passel, peck2, scad (often used in plural), slew, wad, zillion. See big
To put into a disordered pile:bank1, drift, hill, lump1, mound, pile (up), stack. See order
To make or become full; put as much into as can be held:charge, fill, freight, load, pack, pile. See full
To fill to overflowing:lade, load, pile. See full
To give in great abundance:lavish, rain, shower. See big, give