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Another word for heap

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Noun
  1. A group of things gathered haphazardly

      1. (Geography) An extended city area comprising the built-up area of a central city and any suburbs linked by continuous urban area.
      2. State of being collected in a mass; a mass; cluster.
      3. A confused or jumbled mass:
      1. A place of safekeeping or storage:
      2. A supply or stock for future or emergency use:
      3. A piled-up mass, as of snow or clouds; a heap:
      1. The type of bright, billowy cloud with a dark, flat base, that develops vertically through all cloud levels and consists mostly of water droplets
      2. A pile, mound, or heap.
      3. A heap; mass; pile
      1. The deviation of a ship, airplane, rocket, etc. from its path, caused by side currents or winds
      2. Something moving along in a current of air or water:
      3. A bank or pile, as of sand or snow, heaped up by currents of air or water.
      1. (Slang, Baseball) The pitcher's mound
      2. An incline, especially of a road; a slope.
      3. A natural elevation of the earth's surface, typically rounded and smaller than a mountain
      1. A unified body of matter with no specific shape:
      2. A musical setting of certain parts of the Mass, especially the Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei.
      3. A lump or aggregate of coherent material:
      1. An amount of food, as for a meal, course, or dish:
      2. A disorderly or confused collection or mass of things; jumble; hodgepodge
      3. Something that is disorderly or dirty, as a accumulation or heap:
      1. A group of things collected in a mass or heap:
      2. A natural elevation, such as a small hill.
      3. A heap or bank of earth, sand, etc. built over a grave, in a fortification, etc.
      1. A large heap:
      2. A natural elevation of the earth's surface having considerable mass, generally steep sides, and a height greater than that of a hill.
      3. A huge quantity:
      1. (Heraldry) A wedge-shaped bearing with the point usually downward
      2. A soft, velvety, raised surface on a rug, fabric, etc., produced by making yarn loops on the body of the material and, often, shearing them
      3. A long, heavy timber or beam driven into the ground, sometimes under water, to support a bridge, dock, etc.
      1. A sudden economic disturbance, such as a rise in the price of a commodity.
      2. A violent collision, impact, or explosion, or the force or movement resulting from this:
      3. An extreme stimulation of the nerves, muscles, etc. accompanying the passage of electric current through the body
      1. A number of arms, esp. three rifles, leaning against one another on end so as to form a pyramid
      2. The main area where books are shelved in a library
      3. An English measure of coal or cut wood, equal to 108 cubic feet (3.06 cubic meters).
      1. A decrease, as in value:
      2. An act of tumbling; a fall.
      3. A confused or disordered collection or amount of something:
    See also:

    order

  2. A great deal

      1. A great or plentiful amount:
      2. The condition of being in rich supply:
      3. (--- Chemistry) The amount of an isotope of an element that exists in nature, usually expressed as a percentage of the total amount of all isotopes of the element.
      1. A unified body of matter with no specific shape:
      2. A musical setting of certain parts of the Mass, especially the Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei.
      3. (Physics) A property of matter equal to the measure of the amount of matter contained in or constituting a physical body that partly determines the body's resistance to changes in the speed or direction of its motion. The mass of an object is not dependent on gravity and therefore is different from but proportional to its weight.
      1. A chain or group of such elevations
      2. A huge quantity:
      3. A natural elevation of the earth's surface, typically larger and steeper than a hill
      1. A great amount or quantity
      2. Something great or remarkable:
      3. A large quantity or amount:
      1. A plentiful or abundant supply; enough or more than enough
      2. A condition of general abundance or prosperity:
      3. A full or completely adequate amount or supply:
      1. Rich or lavish supply; abundance
      2. Lavish or unrestrained expense; extravagance.
      3. Abundance; the state of being profuse; a cornucopia
      1. Goods and resources having value in terms of exchange or use:
      2. Any useful material thing capable of being bought, sold, or stocked for future disposition
      3. The state of having much money or property; affluence
      1. A part of the earth and its inhabitants as known at a given period in history:
      2. A particular way of life:
      3. A large amount; much:
      1. Something barrel-shaped; specif., any of the large, typically brightly colored cylinders used as a barrier to divert traffic from roadwork, from a chuckhole, etc.
      2. Any of various units of volume or capacity. In the US Customary System it varies, as a liquid measure, from 31 to 42 gallons (117 to 159 liters) as established by law or usage.
      3. (Slang) An act or instance of moving rapidly, often recklessly, in a motor vehicle.
      1. (Informal) A large extent, amount, or number:
      2. Miscellaneous articles sold as one unit:
      3. Used adverbially to mean “to a great degree or extent” or “frequently”:
      1. A large bundle of things wrapped or tied up for carrying, as on the back of a person or animal; load
      2. The amount, as of food, that is processed and packaged at one time or in one season.
      3. A container made to be carried on the body of a person or animal.
      1. A mark or hole made by such a stroke.
      2. Any container with a capacity of one peck
      3. A unit of dry volume or capacity in the US Customary System equal to 8 quarts or approximately 537.6 cubic inches.
      1. A mass of things heaped together; heap
      2. A long, heavy timber or beam driven into the ground, sometimes under water, to support a bridge, dock, etc.
      3. A soft, velvety, raised surface on a rug, fabric, etc., produced by making yarn loops on the body of the material and, often, shearing them
      1. Electricity supplied to a home, building, or community:
      2. (Physics) The rate at which work is done, expressed as the amount of work per unit time and commonly measured in units such as the watt and horsepower.
      3. The ability or capacity to act or do something effectively:
      1. The act or fact of seeing:
      2. (Dial.) A large amount; great deal
      3. The faculty or power of seeing; vision; eyesight
    See also:

    big

  3. An indeterminately great amount or number.

    See also:

    big

Verb
  1. To put into a disordered pile

      1. To be in charge of the bank, as in some gambling games
      2. To deposit (money) in a bank
      3. To operate a bank.
      1. To be carried along by or as by a current
      2. To be carried along by currents of air or water:
      3. To pile up in banks or heaps:
      1. To cover (a plant) with a mound of soil.
      2. To form into a hill, pile, or heap.
      3. To cover with a hill
      1. To treat or deal with in a mass, or include in one group
      2. To put together in a single group without discrimination.
      3. To move heavily and laboriously
      1. To heap into a raised mass:
      2. To heap up in a mound
      3. (Archaic) To enclose or fortify with a mound
      1. To place or lay in a pile or heap:
      2. To move in a mass; crowd
      3. To move in, out, or forward in a disorderly mass or group:
      1. To prearrange or fix unfairly so as to favor a particular outcome:
      2. To pile or arrange in a stack
      3. To assign (aircraft) to various altitudes for circling while awaiting a turn to land
    See also:

    order

  2. To make or become full; put as much into as can be held

      1. To load to capacity; fill:
      2. To add an electrical charge to (a battery, etc.)
      3. To excite; rouse:
      1. To put something into (a container, for example) to capacity or to a desired level:
      2. To stop or plug up (an opening, for example).
      3. To supply what is specified by or required for:
      1. To load; burden
      2. To transport as or send by freight
      3. To load with freight
      1. To receive a load:
      2. To add extra or excessive costs, profits, etc. to
      3. To charge a firearm with ammunition.
      1. To form lumps or masses; become compacted.
      2. To process and put into containers in order to preserve, transport, or sell:
      3. To fill up with items:
      1. To add or increase to abundance or to a point of burdensomeness:
      2. To move in, out, or forward in a disorderly mass or group:
      3. To form a pile or heap
    See also:

    full

  3. To fill to overflowing

    See also:

    full

  4. To give in great abundance

    See also:

    big

    give

Another word for heap

Noun
      1. A large amount of money:
      2. A long, heavy timber or beam driven into the ground, sometimes under water, to support a bridge, dock, etc.
      3. A soft, velvety, raised surface on a rug, fabric, etc., produced by making yarn loops on the body of the material and, often, shearing them
      1. The addition to capital of interest or profits
      2. (Finance) The action of investors buying an asset from other investors when the price of the asset is low.
      3. The process of growing into a heap or a large amount.
      1. A quantity of matter forming a body of indefinite shape and size, usually of relatively large size; lump
      2. (Physics) A property of matter equal to the measure of the amount of matter contained in or constituting a physical body that partly determines the body's resistance to changes in the speed or direction of its motion. The mass of an object is not dependent on gravity and therefore is different from but proportional to its weight.
      3. A musical setting of certain parts of the Mass, especially the Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei.
      1. State of being collected in a mass; a mass; cluster.
      2. A jumbled heap, mass, etc.
      3. The act or process of collecting in a mass; a heaping together.
      1. (Informal) A large quantity:
      2. (Computers) A section of memory and its associated registers used for temporary storage of information in which the item most recently stored is the first to be retrieved.
      3. The part of a computer memory used to store data temporarily: retrieval of data from it is in reverse order to its storage
      1. (Elec.) The amount of power delivered by a generator, motor, etc. or carried by a circuit
      2. (Finance) An amount, expressed as a percentage of the net asset value, added to the price of some mutual fund shares to cover sales commissions and other marketing costs
      3. The amount of work carried by or assigned to a person, group, etc.
      1. An accumulation; a deposit:
      2. A group of objects or works to be seen, studied, or kept together.
      3. A line of products produced for one season, as those developed by a designer:
      1. An aggregating or being aggregated
      2. A group or mass of distinct things or individuals
      1. The descendants of a common ancestor; a family line, especially of a specified character:
      2. A theater or theatrical activity, especially outside of a main theatrical center:
      3. The total amount of goods on hand in a store, etc.; inventory
      1. A great amount or number; abundance
      2. Supplies, especially of food, clothing, or arms.
      3. A stock or supply reserved for future use:
      1. A supply stored up and hidden or kept in reserve
      2. (Archaeology) A cache of valuable objects or artefacts; a trove.
      3. A supply or store of something held or hidden for future use.
      1. A chain or group of such elevations
      2. A huge quantity:
      3. A natural elevation of the earth's surface, typically larger and steeper than a hill
      1. A natural elevation, such as a small hill.
      2. (Archaeology) A large artificial pile of earth or stones often marking a burial site.
      3. A group of things collected in a mass or heap:
      1. A great or plentiful amount:
      2. The condition of being in rich supply:
      3. (--- Chemistry) The amount of an isotope of an element that exists in nature, usually expressed as a percentage of the total amount of all isotopes of the element.
      1. The state of being profuse; abundance.
      2. Lavish or unrestrained expense; extravagance.
      3. Abundance; the state of being profuse; a cornucopia
      1. The main mass or body of something; largest part or portion
      2. Size, mass, or volume, especially when very large.
      3. A distinct mass or portion of matter, especially a large one:
      1. The quality or state of being full
      2. The degree to which a space is full.
      3. (Bodybuilding): A measure of the degree to which a muscle has increased in size parallel to the axis of its contraction. A full muscle fills more of the space along the part of the body where it is connected.
      1. A collection of written, typewritten, or printed sheets bound together; book
      2. Amount; quantity:
      3. Any of the separate books making up a matched set or a complete work
      1. A condition of general abundance or prosperity:
      2. A full or completely adequate amount or supply:
      3. A large number; multitude
      1. (Medicine) A swelling or small palpable mass.
      2. An irregularly shaped mass or piece.
      3. A solid mass of no special shape, esp. one small enough to be taken up in the hand; hunk
      1. An amount obtained by addition; a sum.
      2. The whole amount or number; sum; aggregate
      3. The whole amount of something; the entirety:
      1. (--- Old-fashioned) A series of numbers to be added together, or any problem in arithmetic
      2. The result obtained by adding numbers or quantities; total
      3. The whole amount, quantity, or number; an aggregate:
      1. A number, group, set, or thing lacking no part or element; a complete thing.
      2. A thing complete in itself, or a complete organization of integrated parts; a unity, entirety, or system
      3. An entity or system made up of interrelated parts:
      1. A confused crowd or heap of persons or things
      2. A small private conference or meeting.
      3. (Football) A brief gathering of a team's players behind the line of scrimmage to receive instructions for the next play.
      1. The part of a barn where hay or grain is stored; haymow or hayloft
      2. A stack or heap of hay, grain, etc., esp. in a barn
      3. A stack of hay or other feed stored in a barn.
      1. A heap of earth or rocks covering a grave, esp. an ancient one; tumulus
      2. (Obsolete except in scientific use and in some dialects) A castrated boar.
      3. A large mound of earth or stones placed over a burial site.
      1. The amount that a cart can carry.
      2. The amount of something, such as dirt, that a cart can carry.
      3. (By extension) A large amount.
      1. A piece of rising ground; rounded hill or slope
      2. A large wave that moves steadily without breaking
      3. (Music) A gradual increase in volume (crescendo), usually followed by a gradual decrease (decrescendo)
      1. The act or process of gathering a crop.
      2. The amount or measure of the crop gathered in a season.
      3. The outcome or consequence of any effort or series of events
      1. (Biology) A small protuberance or elevation, as from an organ, tissue, or structure.
      1. (--- Physiology) An accumulation of organic or inorganic material, such as a lipid or mineral, in a body tissue, structure, or fluid.
      2. A sum of money given as security for an item acquired for temporary use.
      3. A partial or initial payment of a cost or debt:
      1. The official minimum weight necessary to ship freight at a reduced rate.
      2. The quantity that a car can hold.
      3. The contents of an automobile (passengers, supplies, etc.) for one trip.
      1. The freight carried by a ship, an aircraft, or another vehicle.
      2. The load of commodities carried by a ship, airplane, truck, etc.; freight
      1. The position of such a hammer when set for firing
      2. A small, cone-shaped pile, as of hay
      3. A leader or chief, esp. one with some boldness or arrogance
      1. The amount that a wagon can hold.
      2. The load that a wagon carries or will carry
      3. In rail terminology, a type of freight train service in which individual wagons have separate destinations and/or cargos
      1. Any large, solid piece of wood, stone, or metal, often with flat surfaces
      2. One of a set of small wooden or plastic pieces, such as a cube, bar, or cylinder, used as a building toy.
      3. Any number of persons or things regarded as a unit
      1. A pile of combustibles.
      2. A heap of combustibles for burning a corpse as a funeral rite.
      3. A pile, esp. of wood, on which a dead body is burned in a funeral rite
      1. A boat, usually a coastal or river steamer, that plies a regular route and carries passengers, freight, and mail.
      2. A small package or bundle:
      3. A small pouch, often consisting of two plastic or foil sheets sealed at the edges, used to distribute single portions of products in the form of liquids, powders, or small pieces:
      1. (Brit.) rummage sale
      2. A confused or disordered mass:
      3. A kind of thin, sugared cookie shaped like a ring
      1. A massive monument of ancient Egypt having a rectangular base and four triangular faces culminating in a single apex, built over or around a crypt or tomb.
      2. Any of various similar constructions, especially a four-sided Mesoamerican temple having stepped sides and a flat top surmounted by chambers.
      3. (Geom.) A solid figure having a polygonal base, the sides of which form the bases of triangular surfaces meeting at a common vertex
      1. A small mound of soil heaped over or around plants and tubers
      2. A plant thus covered.
      3. A natural elevation of the earth's surface, typically rounded and smaller than a mountain
      1. (Phonet.) A group of nonsyllabic phonemes, esp. a group of two or more consecutive consonants
      2. A group of academic courses in a related area.
      3. A number of persons, animals, or things grouped together
      1. (Geology) Rock debris transported and deposited by or from ice, especially by or from a glacier.
      2. A gradual deviation from an original course, model, method, or intention.
      3. (Linguis.) A gradual change along a certain line of development in the various elements of a language
      1. Sorrow; woe
      2. Evil; disaster; harm
      3. A large bundle of raw or finished material tightly bound with cord or wire and often wrapped:
      1. A clustered mass; a lump:
      2. A heavy dull sound; a thud.
      3. A mass of bacteria
      1. A violent collision, impact, or explosion, or the force or movement resulting from this:
      2. (Commerce, dated) A lot consisting of sixty pieces; a term applied in some Baltic ports to loose goods.
      3. An extreme stimulation of the nerves, muscles, etc. accompanying the passage of electric current through the body
      1. A quantity required for or produced as the result of one operation:
      2. A group of programs, instructions, etc. for processing by a computer in a single run
      3. A number of things or persons taken as a group; lot; set
      1. (Informal) A large amount; a lot:
      2. A large sum of money:
      3. A number of things tied, wrapped, or otherwise held together
      1. (Informal) A group of people usually having a common interest or association:
      2. A group of things growing close together; a cluster or clump:
      3. (Informal) A considerable number or amount; a lot:
      1. The act of one that gathers
      2. That which is gathered or amassed; a collection or accumulation.
      3. (bookbinding) A section, a group of bifolios, or sheets of paper, stacked together and folded in half.
      1. The act, process or product of reducing the volume of a liquid, as by evaporation.
      2. The act or process of removing the dress of ore and of reducing the valuable part to smaller compass, as by currents of air or water.
      3. The proportion of a substance in a whole.
      1. A distance, especially the distance over which something is pulled or transported.
      2. (--- Informal) The amount gained, won, earned, etc. at one time
      3. The amount of fish taken in a single pull of a net
      1. (Poker) A hand that consists of three of a kind and a pair.
      2. A situation in which the maximum capacity of a place is filled with people
      1. Plural form of lot
      2. (Colloquial) A lot; a great deal; tons; loads.
    See also:

    quantity

Verb
  1. To place in a heap