aheap

aheap

(əˈhiːp)
adv
in a heap
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After along period of dominance they have collapsed in aheap
It was just as if it had always been there and had not spent the last 50 years as just aheap of rubble with sheep grazing outside its broken walls.
Just after he had downed van Nistelrooy, Steven Pressley whacked into Edgar Davidsand left him in aheap also.