Synonyms of heave in English:

heave


See definition of heave

verb

1‘she heaved the sofa back into place’

SYNONYMS

haul, pull, lug, manhandle, drag, draw, tug

lift, raise, hoist, heft

informal hump, yank

rare upheave

ANTONYMS

push

2‘she heaved half a brick at him’

SYNONYMS

throw, fling, cast, toss, hurl, lob, pitch, send, dash, let fly

bung, chuck, sling

North American peg

Australian hoy

NZ bish

3‘he heaved a euphoric sigh of relief’

SYNONYMS

let out, breathe, give, sigh, gasp, emit, utter

4‘the sea heaved up and down beneath her’

SYNONYMS

rise and fall, roll, swell, surge, churn, boil, seethe, swirl, billow

5‘she crawled to the rail and heaved into the sea’

SYNONYMS

vomit, retch, gag, bring up, cough up

British be sick

North American get sick

informal throw up, puke, chunder, chuck up, hurl, spew, do the technicolor yawn, keck

British informal honk, sick up

Scottish informal boke

North American informal spit up, barf, upchuck, toss one's cookies, blow chunks