muckheap


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muckheap

(ˈmʌkˌhiːp)
n
a dunghill
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Noun1.muckheap - a heap of dung or refuse
cumulation, heap, pile, agglomerate, cumulus, mound - a collection of objects laid on top of each other
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muckheap

[ˈmʌkˌhiːp] Nestercolero m
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where the house stands like a fungus in a muckheap, chambers for men horses, oxen, and swine, cleansed and uncleansed, all contiguous to one another
The town's last pit, Prince of Wales ('Ponty Prince') closed only in 2002 after 122 years of output, and its mini-Alp muckheap still dominates the road to Castleford.
It is the BBC's - and therefore Pitman's - last National and, as he has quietly relinquished his on-screen presence with At The Races, the big day marks the end of a broadcasting career he has pursued since his riding days came to an end after a heart-to-heart with Fred Winter on the muckheap at Winter's yard in 1976.
22 Thomas Hough left a muckheap which caused a nuisance near le Watteringplace at FishpooI Head (ls.