Definition of Junk heap

1. Noun. An accumulation of refuse and discarded matter.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Junk Heap

juniperic acid
juniperin
juniperite
juniperites
juniperlike
junipers
junitoite
junjo
junk-sick
junk DNA
junk bond
junk conference
junk e-mail
junk food
junk heap (current term)
junk mail
junk pile
junk science
junk sciences
junk shop
junk shot
junk sick
junkanoo
junkanoos
junkball
junkballer
junkballers
junked

Literary usage of Junk heap

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1. Municipal Franchises: A Description of the Terms and Conditions Upon which by Delos Franklin Wilcox (1910)
"Influence of the Junk-Heap on Monopoly Advantages. —All in all, the advantages of an exclusive franchise to furnish a public utility are held on a ..."

2. Why I Am a Socialist by Charles Edward Russell (1915)
"Whereupon Germany devises the Super-Dreadnaught, a new candidate for the junk heap much more terrible than anything yet invented, and the whole game must ..."

3. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1902)
"There were large additions to the junk heap then. Those bells continued in use up to four years ago; then, owing to progress in telephone matters.it was ..."

4. Report of the Annual Lake Mohonk Conference on International Arbitration (1906)
"... not a weapon in existence in 1895 which was used in 1865; that all the rest had gone into the junk heap, and most of it had been melted up by that time. ..."

5. Report of the 1st-22d Annual Lake Mohonk Conference on International (1907)
"... not a weapon in existence in 1895 which was used in 1865; that all the rest had gone into the junk heap, and most of it had been melted up by that time. ..."

6. From the Bottom Up: The Life Story of Alexander Irvine by Alexander Irvine (1910)
"The floor of the big dormitory was littered with rubbish — miners' cast-off clothing, shoes, broken lamps, and in a corner there was a junk-heap of broken ..."

7. The Gospel of Jesus and the Problems of Democracy by Henry Clay Vedder (1914)
"Of this farrago of nonsense, the last five words only betray some comprehension of fact. The junk heap is where most of the "machinery" belongs. ..."

8. Transactions by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1902)
"There were large additions to the junk heap then. Those bells continued in use up to four years ago; then, owing to progress in telephone matters, ..."

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