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Synonyms for stockpile

Synonyms for stockpile

to accumulate and set aside for future use

to store up (supplies or money), usually well beyond one's needs

Synonyms for stockpile

something kept back or saved for future use or a special purpose

a storage pile accumulated for future use

have on hand

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users, producers, and or stockpilers in recent decades, such as the United
How effective can treaties such as the CCM be if major producers and stockpilers don't sign and ratify them?
But the MP stressed the fight for a worldwide ban had to be maintained with "maximum" pressure on main producers and stockpilers of the deadly weapons, including the United States, Russia and China.
Despite later deadlines accorded to the heaviest stockpilers such as the United States and Russia (2012) or Libya (2011), Pfirter said destruction of stocks and manufacturing sites was on schedule.
The US, Russia, China and Israel - all important producers and stockpilers of cluster bombs - oppose a ban on the weapons and have blocked efforts to negotiate one at the UN.
Stockpilers tend to keep a supply of over 100 sterile syringes for personal use and also for their intimate partners, friends and acquaintances.
We are not only getting rid of the street-level retailers, but are moving into factories, stockpilers and distributors," he says.
A BP spokeswoman admitted that the army of stockpilers was bringing chaos.
The results from this study indicate that deal prone consumers, not brand-loyal consumers, are likely to be stockpilers.