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heave US English

Lift or haul (a heavy thing) with great effort

heave US Thesaurus

she heaved the sofa backward

weigh anchor US English

(Of a ship) take up the anchor when ready to depart

dry-heave US English

Experience the reflex of vomiting; retch

heave to US English

(Of a boat or ship) come to a stop, especially by turning across the wind leaving the headsail backed

heave-ho US English

A cry emitted when doing actions in unison that take physical effort

frost heave US English

The uplift of water-saturated soil or other surface deposits due to expansion on freezing

yo-heave-ho US English

Another term for heave-ho.

heave in sight US English

Come into view

heave to in heave US English

(Of a boat or ship) come to a stop, especially by turning across the wind leaving the headsail backed

the heave-ho in heave-ho US English

Expulsion or elimination from a job, institution, or contest

heave in sight in heave US English

Come into view