- (n) an orderly pile
- (n) (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent
- (n) a list in which the next item to be removed is the item most recently stored (LIFO)
- (n) a large tall chimney through which combustion gases and smoke can be evacuated
- (n) a storage device that handles data so that the next item to be retrieved is the item most recently stored (LIFO)
- (v) load or cover with stacks
- (v) arrange in stacks
- (v) arrange the order of so as to increase one's winning chances
- Another big stack of pages is causing concern over at the Senate Armed Services Committee, which is investigating abuses at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison.
- So Japanese architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa gave it a home that's part funky, part shimmery, an asymmetrical stack of boxes covered by a honeycomb of aluminum.
- Corpses stack up in morgues until those on top crush the identity from the faces underneath.
- The report goes on to say that Canseco told Mitchell's staff "he had numerous conversations with Clemens about the benefits of Deca-Durabolin and Winstrol and how to 'cycle' and 'stack' steroids."on Feb 8, 2008 By: Jose Canseco Source: USA Today
- "I'm proud to be showing kids that conservation and helping wildlife is a stack of fun," the 8-year-old Bindi said Friday at the Australian launch of "Bindi: The Jungle Girl."on May 25, 2007 By: Bindi Irwin Source: Forbes
- "Kate and Gerry have been treated unjustly and inhumanely, because the evidence does not stack up at all," Sentamu told British Broadcasting Corp. radio.on Sep 16, 2007 By: John Sentamu Source: USA Today