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Synonyms for pile

Synonyms for pile

a large sum of money

a usually permanent construction, such as a house or store

to put into a disordered pile

to make or become full; put as much into as can be held

to fill to overflowing

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to leave one's bed

pile up: to bring together so as to increase in mass or number

pile up: to undergo wrecking

Synonyms for pile

a large sum of money (especially as pay or profit)

fine soft dense hair (as the fine short hair of cattle or deer or the wool of sheep or the undercoat of certain dogs)

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battery consisting of voltaic cells arranged in series

a column of wood or steel or concrete that is driven into the ground to provide support for a structure

the yarn (as in a rug or velvet or corduroy) that stands up from the weave

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a nuclear reactor that uses controlled nuclear fission to generate energy

arrange in stacks

press tightly together or cram

place or lay as if in a pile

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The victorious raiders collected about the pile of golden ingots which the Abyssinians had uncovered, and there awaited the return of their leader.
Werper had but little ammunition, having been hastily armed by Abdul Mourak from the body of one of the first of the Abyssinians who had fallen in the fight about the pile of ingots, and now he realized that soon he would have used his last bullet, and be at the mercy of the Arab--a mercy with which he was well acquainted.
Opposite it, upon either bank of the river, are tumbled piles of ruins overgrown with vegetation.
Wash Williams and George Willard arose from the pile of railroad ties and walked along the tracks toward town.
Edwards had preceded him; for the sight of the immense piles of fish, that were slowly rolling over on the gravelly beach, had impelled him also to leave the ladies and join the fishermen.
These fish, Bess, which thou seest lying in such piles before thee, and which by to-morrow evening will be rejected food on the meanest table in Templeton, are of a quality and flavor that, in other countries, would make them esteemed a luxury on the tables of princes or epicures.
As the labor of drawing the net had been very great, he directed one party of his men to commence throwing the fish into piles, preparatory to the usual division, while another, under the superintendence of Benjamin, prepared the seine for a second haul.
Ramsay has published an account of a downthrow in Anglesea of 2300 feet; and he informs me that he fully believes there is one in Merionethshire of 12,000 feet; yet in these cases there is nothing on the surface to show such prodigious movements; the pile of rocks on the one or other side having been smoothly swept away.
It would seem that each separate formation, like the whole pile of formations in any country, has generally been intermittent in its accumulation.
A man must for years examine for himself great piles of superimposed strata, and watch the sea at work grinding down old rocks and making fresh sediment, before he can hope to comprehend anything of the lapse of time, the monuments of which we see around us.
The most skilful geologist, if his attention had been exclusively confined to these large territories, would never have suspected that during the periods which were blank and barren in his own country, great piles of sediment, charged with new and peculiar forms of life, had elsewhere been accumulated.
They may be traced up to a height of between 7000 and 9000 feet, where they become hidden by the irregular piles of debris.
The features in the scenery of the Andes which struck me most, as contrasted with the other mountain chains with which I am acquainted, were, -- the flat fringes sometimes expanding into narrow plains on each side of the valleys, -- the bright colours, chiefly red and purple, of the utterly bare and precipitous hills of porphyry, the grand and continuous wall-like dykes, -- the plainly- divided strata which, where nearly vertical, formed the picturesque and wild central pinnacles, but where less inclined, composed the great massive mountains on the outskirts of the range, -- and lastly, the smooth conical piles of fine and brightly coloured detritus, which sloped up at a high angle from the base of the mountains, sometimes to a height of more than 2000 feet.
It is very important to be sure that what you have is actually a pile since many conditions in the anus do mimic haemorrhoids (Pile).
Designed based on the bionics principle, the squeezed branch pile is a kind of variable section pile with branches or plate.