pile

Part of speech: verb

To gather into a pile; accumulate; amass.

Part of speech: noun

A quantity heaped together; a heap.

Part of speech: noun

Any great structure.

Part of speech: noun

A heavy timber driven into the earth to form a foundation.

Part of speech: noun

A massive building.

Part of speech: noun

Hair collectively; fur; raised surface on velvet.

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Usage examples "pile":

  1. You say you won't play in that old sand- pile any more. - "The Reclaimers", Margaret Hill McCarter.
  2. " Her head's toward the west," he said, as they stood beside the pile of stones. - "Lahoma", John Breckinridge Ellis.
  3. Thank goodness I'm going to get what's under this pile, after all. - "The Tale of Old Dog Spot", Arthur Scott Bailey.