Other Words for Heave

Heave Adjective Synonyms
raise, lift, hoist, haul, pull, draw, tug, move
We heaved in the anchor and made sail.

throw, toss, hurl, fling, cast, sling, pitch, let fly, send, launch, peg, chuck
When he heaved the sword into the lake a hand rose from the waters and caught it.

Heave Verb Synonyms
gag, retch, vomit, be sick, regurgitate, disgorge, throw up, puke, lose one's lunch, return one's dinner, upchuck, spiff one's biscuits
The smell of petrol always makes me heave.

breathe, utter, sigh, groan, moan, gasp
We heaved a sigh of relief when we heard that they had been found.

More Words for Heave

Pull / Raise / Sling / Cast / Move / Toss / Throw / Draw / Pitch / Peg / Moan

Heavens

Entertainment / Literature / Heavens: Sometimes used synonymously with 'the aloft' and 'the above,' the term refers more specifically to the canopy over the stage in open-air theaters to protect actors and their costumes from the elements MORE

Midheaven

Science / Astrology / Midheaven: The most commonly used term for Medium Coeli, usually designated by the initials M.C. See also Medium Coeli. MORE

Purgatory

Entertainment / Literature / Purgatory: Donald Logan writes: It would be nearly impossible to exaggerate the significance of purgatory in the life of the medieval church, especially in the way that life was lived by individual Christians. T MORE

Neologism

Entertainment / Literature / Neologism: A made-up word that is not a part of normal, everyday vocabulary. Often Shakespeare invented new words in his place for artistic reasons. For instance, 'I hold her as a thing enskied.' The word enskie MORE

Sublunary

Entertainment / Literature / Sublunary: The area of the cosmos inside the orbit of the moon, including the earth. In medieval and Renaissance theology, this area was thought to be imperfect and subject to decay, death and mutability, while MORE

The Above

Entertainment / Literature / The Above: Also called 'the aloft' and sometimes used interchangeably with 'the Heavens,' this term refers to the gallery on the upper level of the frons scenae. In Shakespeare's Globe Theater, this area contain MORE

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