dustheap

dustheap

(ˈdʌstˌhiːp)
n
1. a refuse heap
2. the dustheap obscurity or oblivion
Translations

dustheap

[ˈdʌsthiːp] Nbasurero m
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Still, if it were not written rather faster than the fastest type-writing, if I stopped and took thought, it would never be written at all; and the advantage of the method is that it sweeps up accidentally several stray matters which I should exclude if I hesitated, but which are the diamonds of the dustheap.
But, even though the architecture of white life hasn't substantially changed, they're now more likely to be arguing in favor of reclaiming aspects of it from the moral dustheap.
Yet now a generation of resource biologists, inspired by the thin milk of Daniel Botkin's theorizing, are promoting what they think is a new paradigm that relegates the concept of climax to the dustheap of ideas.
Isn't it just some patriarchal old institution, ready for the dustheap of sexism and oppression?
SEAMON merely consigns literary Darwinism to the dustheap of failed theoretical efforts prompted by a misguided scientism.
Busting your balls For one long, bloodcurdling scream, Out of the dustheap At my feet.
Giles has had his nose rubbed in the media dustheap so regularly that he says he considered opting out of international cricket, with all its financial rewards, at the age of 31.
That makes them a critical cog in how capital gets allocated, which business plans get green-lighted, and which ones hit the dustheap.