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Synonyms for heap

Synonyms for heap

to put into a disordered pile

to make or become full; put as much into as can be held

to fill to overflowing

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to give in great abundance

Synonyms for heap

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We would not wish any student to be influenced against considering a career in medical sciences as a consequence of reading your editorial which (when referring to Welsh students) stated "the wrong messages are certainly being sent out to those at the bottom of the heap who dream of something better".
A bonus point in losing at home to Blackrock was not enough to save Dolphin, who were left floundering right at the bottom of the heap, but there was relief for Dungannon.
People such as the Chief Constable and Mayor Mallon appear to have no concept of life at the bottom of the heap.
And they can do it without having to start at the bottom of the heap, as a new ringtone provider would.
They're going to be at the bottom of the heap,' '' leading scorer Lauren Lohnberg said.
Politicians seem to be right at the bottom of the heap.
The gold-laden cyanide solution is collected at the bottom of the heap, which is usually lined with plastic over a barrier such as clay.
But for those at the bottom of the heap there is no such choice.
Fans will remember how, after killing a guest on his BBC show, Alan ended up at the bottom of the heap doing an early morning show on Radio Norwich.
While Howard Stern and Jay Leno are at the bottom of the heap, the New York-based shock jock is leading Leno 7.
The wrong messages are certainly being sent to those at the bottom of the heap who dream of something better.
Many of our youngsters who are at the bottom of the heap at GCSE and A levels have been doomed to fail from their early years at primary school.
So there will doubtless be a couple of pleasant surprises - probably aimed at the people at the bottom of the heap who are said to feel neglected by New Labour.
There are many boys doing well, but there are a larger percentage of boys at the bottom of the heap than girls.