Synonyms of 'heave'
He heaved Barney to his feet.
Curious shoppers lifted their children to take a closer look at the parade.
He raised his hand to wave.
She tugged him along by his arm.
Neighbours eventually levered the door open with a crowbar.
He hoisted himself to a sitting position.
Heave a brick at the telly.
He spent hours throwing a tennis ball against a wall.
The woman flung the cup at him.
He screwed the paper up and tossed it into the fire.
He let me go with a thrust of his wrist that sent me flying.
She took a pebble and cast it into the water.
Simon pitched the empty bottle into the lake.
Groups of angry youths hurled stones at police.
She slung her coat over the desk chair.
His chest heaved, and he took a deep breath.
The grey seas heaved.
He gasped and heaved and vomited.
Any dairy product made him vomit.
It was distressing to see her being sick all the time.
throw up (informal)
He threw up over a seat next to me.
chuck (up) (slang , mainly US)
chuck (Australian , New Zealand , informal)
It smelt so bad I thought I was going to chuck.
I knelt by the toilet and gagged.
Let's get out of his way before he starts spewing.
The smell made me retch.
barf (US , slang)
chunder (slang , mainly Australian)
upchuck (US , slang)
do a technicolour yawn (slang)
toss your cookies (US , slang)
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When something made of cloth billows, it swells out and moves slowly in the wind.
the billowing sails
When people or animals breathe, they take air into their lungs and let it out again. When they breathe smoke or a particular kind of air, they take it into their lungs and let it out again as they breathe.
Always breathe through your nose.
Thesaurus for heave from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you heave something heavy or difficult to move somewhere , you push , pull , or lift it using a lot of effort.