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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

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They are at the bottom of the heap and therefore take enormous pleasure in sticking strictly to the rule book and making themselves obnoxious.
Then a brutal thing happens - you leave, and realise you are at the bottom of the heap.
The average wage in Poland is pounds 3,480 a year; some who subsist at the bottom of the heap, mainly scratching a living in agriculture, get by on pounds 100 a month.
Scotland languish at the bottom of the heap after another disappointing display yesterday in the Four Nations at Bainfield, Edinburgh.
Malcolm Leatherland, weighbridge clerk at the scrapyard, said: "A battery on a car at the bottom of the heap shorted and started the fire.
1 status while sports like baseball and badminton wound up at the bottom of the heap.
She said: "The picture at the bottom of the heap is pitiful, absolutely pitiful.
Usually they are the only ones who can find a solution for families who have found themselves at the bottom of the heap in an uncaring society.
As a result of disadvantages many young people experience in their early years, they drop out and remain at the bottom of the heap.
Languishing at the bottom of the heap is deeply-troubled Fiat, while in 32nd place Peugeot, despite the hugely fashionable 206, has clearly been held back by indifferent assembly, ageing design and soft engines.
Those at the bottom of the heap are left to their own devices, and it has always been the same.
He insists it is easier trying to stay at the top of the pile than it is when you are propping up the rest at the bottom of the heap.
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".
They're the serfs at the bottom of the heap being milked for every groat they've got.