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  • adj. Having lots of heaps or piles.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Lying in heaps.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Gathered in heaps.


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heap +‎ -y


  • Please realize that God our Father is NOT in heaven looking down at you in your heapy house shaking his head saying, "Tsk, tsk, when will that girl ever get her stuff together?"

    A Situation Common to All

  • He must have put the heapy-greevies into a lot of people.

    The Poll Bludger

  • There, warm together prefs'd, the trooping deer Sleep on the new-fall'n fnows; and, fcarce his head Rais'd o'er the heapy wreath, the branching elk Lies flumbering fullen in the v/hite abyfs.

    The works of the English poets; with prefaces, biographical and critical

  • O’er heapy shields, and o’er the prostrate throng,

    The Iliad


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