[ dˈʌskhiːp], [ dˈʌskhiːp], [ d_ˈʌ_s_k_h_iː_p]
How to use "Duskheap" in context?
The duskheap is a place found in many parts of the world. It is basically a pile of leaves, twigs, and other forestry debris that has been left to decompose and accumulate over time. This can be found in rural areas as well as in some urban areas. The reason for this is that the duskheap functions as a natural carbon sink. Over time, the heap will attract and hold more and more carbon dioxide and other pollutants, helping to mitigate climate change.
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