ant heap


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  • ant|heap — «ANT HEEP», noun. = anthill. (Cf. ↑anthill) …   Useful english dictionary

  • ant-heap — noun An ant hill. The floor was made of crushed ant heap, the hard dome of excavated earth above an ant colony, and was kept smooth by smearing it regularly with fresh cow dung …   Wiktionary

  • ant heap — /ˈænt hip/ (say ant heep) noun a pile of dirt thrown up by ants in building a nest. Also, antheap …   Australian English dictionary

  • ant heap — noun an anthill …   English new terms dictionary

  • Ant — For other uses, see Ant (disambiguation). Ants Temporal range: 130–0 Ma …   Wikipedia

  • heap — 1. noun a heap of boxes Syn: pile, stack, mound, mountain 2. verb she heaped logs on the fire Syn: pile (up), stack (up), make a mound of …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • ANT — (Heb. נְמָלָה, nemalah). The ant most frequent in Israel is the harvest ant, the Messor semirufus. It is this ant which is described as the symbol of diligence and wisdom, preparing for the future by storing food during the harvest, and having no …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • heap — [n] pile, accumulation abundance, agglomeration, aggregation, a lot*, amassment, assemblage, bank, batch, bulk, bunch, bundle, cargo, clump, cluster, collection, concentration, congeries, deposit, fullness, gathering, gobs*, great deal, harvest,… …   New thesaurus

  • ant|hill — «ANT HIHL», noun. 1. a heap of dirt piled up by ants around the entrance to their tunnels; antheap. 2. Figurative. a congested mass, especially of people: »... the appalling human anthill of Bengal (Manchester Guardian Weekly) …   Useful english dictionary

  • heap — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. pile, load, stack, mound, assemblage;informal, great deal, heaps (inf.), oodles (inf.), piles (inf.), scads (sl.). See multitude. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. pile, accumulation, mass, agglomeration, stack …   English dictionary for students

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