Almost any part of the world may become the dumping-ground of this surplus stock.
This dumping-ground is a mile and a half from the Hotel Union.
When the gourds are ripe, these vines look like the dumping-ground for numerous poor, discarded oranges.
The terminal moraine is the dumping-ground of this mass of material, where the ice river melts.
This country must not be made the dumping-ground for foreign vagabondism.
Frost was the agent, ice was his delver, water his carrier, and the basin of Lake Ontario his dumping-ground.
America long remained a dumping-ground for nearly all the nations of the world having an excess of population.
Contrary to general opinion, the intestines are not a dumping-ground but a digestive organ.
Beaumont had preceded Cleveland as a 'dumping-ground' for odds and ends of all kinds.
A “dump” or “dumping-ground” is thus the place where such waste material is deposited.