stack

Part of speech: verb

To Gather or place in a pile; pile up in a stack.

Part of speech: noun

A large orderly pile of unthreshed grain, hay, or straw.

Part of speech: noun

A vertical main smoke flue.

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Usage examples "stack":

  1. You don't happen to have a hundred- thousand- unit microcryotron stack, do you? - "Unwise Child", Gordon Randall Garrett.
  2. The four front seats were reserved for a Mr. Stack, on whose property the town of Ballymoy stood. - "Hyacinth 1906", George A. Birmingham.
  3. In six hours every stack, as well as the timber and naval stores and boats, were destroyed, with no other loss to the British than five men wounded. - "The Three Commanders", W.H.G. Kingston.