1. heaps

noun. ['ˈhiːps'] a large number or amount.


  • gobs
  • dozens
  • large indefinite quantity
  • wads
  • lots
  • scores
  • piles
  • slews
  • loads
  • scads
  • oodles
  • tons
  • lashings
  • rafts
  • large indefinite amount

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Words that Rhyme with Heaps

  • sweeps
  • sleeps
  • creeps
  • weeps
  • sheeps
  • sheep's
  • seeps
  • reaps
  • peeps
  • leaps
  • keeps
  • jeeps
  • jeep's
  • beeps
  • epes

Example sentences of the word heaps

1. Noun, plural
Also, move compost heaps as far away from your house as possible.

Quotes containing the word heaps

1. There were two sets of double doors leading out of the antechamber, one marked STACKS and the other TOMES. Not knowing the difference between the two, I headed to the ones labeled STACKS. That was what I wanted. Stacks of books. Great heaps of books. Shelf after endless shelf of books.
- Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind

2. We’re only instruments of love, flowing through heaps of pain hoping one day we’d hatch a passion of our own.
- Robert M. Drake