garbage heap

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Noun1.garbage heap - an accumulation of refuse and discarded mattergarbage heap - an accumulation of refuse and discarded matter
dumpsite, garbage dump, rubbish dump, trash dump, wasteyard, waste-yard, dump - a piece of land where waste materials are dumped
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DERA GHAZI KHAN -- An inquiry committee, formed after the body of a newborn was discovered in a garbage heap outside of Teaching Hospital, Dera Ghazi Khan, has found the medical staff to be innocent.
According to Champawat Superintendent of Police Dhirendra Gunjyal, the live mortar manufactured by the Indian Ordnance Factory was found in a garbage heap in Banbasa.
Kidnapped on January 4 and found from a garbage heap on January 9, Zainab's autopsy report suggested that the minor was sexually assaulted before being strangulated to death.
Stamped ballot papers were recovered Sunday night from a garbage heap in the metropolis' Qayyumabad area.
A scavenger found three handguns in a garbage heap in Pasig City Thursday night.
4, and five days later her body was found in a garbage heap in Kasur district, near Lahore in Punjab province.
The gases which come off the garbage heap irritate Sofia's throat and make her cough.
This man should be left to rot on the garbage heap of football prima donnas.
He finds something strange on a garbage heap, and prepares to give it to the boy.
That and the other rubbish we generate, could eventually turn this green and pleasant land into a gigantic garbage heap.
Three out of four Canadians are disgusted at the threat of throwing traditional marriage onto the legal garbage heap to make way for the farce of homosexual "marriage" (homogamy).
It wasn't until the 20th century that industrial emissions deforested, transformed into desert and polluted the Earth while turning the sky into a garbage heap. Only by the end of the century did ecological conscience take root, when the damage was appallingly apparent.