Definition of Muckheaps

1. muckheap [n] - See also: muckheap



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Muckheaps

mucked in
mucked up
muckender
muckenders
muckered
muckerer
muckerers
muckering
muckers
mucket
muckety-muck
muckety muck
muckety mucks
muckheap
muckheaps (current term)
muckhill
muckier
muckiest
muckily
muckiness
mucking
mucking in
mucking up
muckland
mucklands
muckle
muckled
muckles
muckling

Literary usage of Muckheaps

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The New York Times Current History (1919)
"Dead bodies, not yet buried, and dead horses lie amid the muckheaps of these battlefields, and everywhere there are old boots, old bottles, strips of field- ..."

2. Narratives from Criminal Trials in Scotland by John Hill Burton (1852)
"... and hacked them all very small together, and put part thereof among the muckheaps of Bradly's lands, and thereby took ..."

3. The Way to Victory by Philip Gibbs (1919)
"... boys of ours, hidden in muckheaps of frozen earth and rubbish of battle, stared through field-glasses at the enemy's outposts and watched the enemy's ..."

4. The Economic Review by Christian Social Union (Great Britain), Oxford University Branch (1896)
"... until we come to his account of the manor grounds belonging to the lesser gentry, whose untidy cabbage-beds and muckheaps were situated so close to the ..."

5. The Records of the Borough of Northampton by Northampton (England) (1898)
"... and ordered it to be strictly enforced, imposing also a fine of ios. on all having muckheaps or dunghills anywhere on their premises who did not ..."

6. The Sunday-school Movement and the American Sunday-School Union by Edwin Wilbur Rice (1917)
"Women did farm work and were expert in using the fork for turning muckheaps. They could make barley and oaten ..."

7. The New York Times Current History (1919)
"Dead bodies, not yet buried, and dead horses lie amid the muckheaps of these battlefields, and everywhere there are old boots, old bottles, strips of field- ..."

8. Narratives from Criminal Trials in Scotland by John Hill Burton (1852)
"... and hacked them all very small together, and put part thereof among the muckheaps of Bradly's lands, and thereby took ..."

9. The Way to Victory by Philip Gibbs (1919)
"... boys of ours, hidden in muckheaps of frozen earth and rubbish of battle, stared through field-glasses at the enemy's outposts and watched the enemy's ..."

10. The Economic Review by Christian Social Union (Great Britain), Oxford University Branch (1896)
"... until we come to his account of the manor grounds belonging to the lesser gentry, whose untidy cabbage-beds and muckheaps were situated so close to the ..."

11. The Records of the Borough of Northampton by Northampton (England) (1898)
"... and ordered it to be strictly enforced, imposing also a fine of ios. on all having muckheaps or dunghills anywhere on their premises who did not ..."

12. The Sunday-school Movement and the American Sunday-School Union by Edwin Wilbur Rice (1917)
"Women did farm work and were expert in using the fork for turning muckheaps. They could make barley and oaten ..."

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