EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEAPED
If we heaped the fireplace to the top, it could not make them seem home-like.
You may cover them with cream whipped to a stiff froth, and heaped on them.
But the wrongs society has heaped upon me are treasured in this breast.'
Plainly as look could speak, it said, "Will you suffer this injustice to be heaped upon me?"
Then he brought forth gifts and heaped them up before the steps.
Penmaenmawr is heaped upon Snowdon, and Plinlimmon nods upon the summit of Penmaenmawr.
Let the choicest dainties be heaped together in unbounded profusion.
There was also the chapter of the presents which were heaped on her in order to keep her in good temper.
On this he spread a tarpaulin, and then heaped it with blankets.
They heaped the ice in such a way as to render flight impossible.
Old English heapian "collect, heap up, bring together;" from heap (n.). Related: Heaped; heaping. Cf. Old High German houfon "to heap."