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kasoittain, läjä, läjäpäin
(RQ:Bacon Holy War) A People that is without ''Naturall Affection'', (..) A ''Nation'' without Morality, without Letters, Arts, or Sciences
1876, (w), ''Thorne|Doctor Thorne''
- He had plenty of friends, heaps of friends in the parliamentary sense
- Huge heaps of slain around the body rise.
A great number or large quantity of things.
1679, (w), ''The History of the Reformation of the Church of England''
- a vast heap, both of places of scripture and quotations
1878, (w), ''s:Will o' the Mill''
- I have noticed a heap of things in my life.
Memory that is dynamically allocated.
1991 May 12, of Jeeves and Wooster episodes|"Kidnapped!" Jeeves and Wooster|''Jeeves and Wooster'', Series 2, Episode 5:
- ''Chuffy:'' It's on a knife edge at the moment, Bertie. If he can get planning permission, old Stoker's going to take this heap off my hands in return for vast amounts of oof.
A lot, a large amount
To pile in a heap.
To form or round into a heap, as in measuring.
1819, Keats|John Keats, ''Otho the Great'', Act I, scene II, verses 40-42
- Cry a reward, to him who shall first bring News of that vanished Arabian, A full-heap’d helmet of the purest gold.
To supply in great quantity.
1980, Joey Lee Dillard, ''Perspectives on American English'' (page 417)
- We are all familiar with the stereotyped broken English which writers of Western stories, comic strips, and similar literature put into the mouths of Indians: 'me heap big chief', 'you like um fire water', and so forth.
2004, John Robert Colombo, ''The Penguin Book of Canadian Jokes'' (page 175)
- Once upon a time, a Scotsman, an Englishman, and an Irishman are captured by the Red Indians (..) He approaches the Englishman, pinches the skin of his upper arm, and says, "Hmmm, heap good skin, nice and thick.