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Noun
Painful swelling in anus
Noun
A significant or considerable amount
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“Should she head for the airport and blow a pile of cash on a plane ticket, or head for the bus terminal and the first bus out of town?”
Noun
Plural for a heap of things, typically laid or lying one on top of another
“Anastasia grew worried when she entered to find me lying face-down in a pile of papers.”
Noun
Plural for a very large sum of money
“He was hoping that the investment would make him a quick pile in a short amount of time.”
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Plural for a heavy stake or post driven vertically into the bed of a river, soft ground, etc.
“Freeport has blamed the collapse of the overburden pile on heavy rainfall.”
Noun
Plural for the soft projecting surface of a carpet or a fabric such as velvet or flannel, consisting of many small threads
“It fell to the floor and lay gleaming in the pile of the carpet.”
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Plural for a large imposing building or group of buildings
“A huge outcry followed Lord Minto's decision to raze his ancestral pile to the ground in 1992.”
Noun
Plural for a long, sturdy piece of timber or metal
Noun
Plural for a building or other structure
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Plural for a compact mass of a substance, especially one without a definite or regular shape
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Plural for a thread or filament from which a vegetable tissue, mineral substance, or textile is formed
Noun
Plural for atomic reactor
Noun
Plural for a small mound of earth created by a mole's burrowing underneath the surface of the ground
Noun
Plural for a statue, building, or other structure erected to commemorate a notable person or event
Noun
Plural for a section or stage of a journey or process
Noun
(informal) Plural for money that has been spent on something (usually extravagant)
Noun
Plural for positive outcome from the achievement of one's goals
Adjective
A thing or two
Pronoun
A large or sufficient amount or quantity
Verb
To place (things) one on top of the other
“They walked around the old wooden house to pile the wood in an orderly stack by the front door.”
Verb
To be stacked or loaded with
Pile the excess pineapples with the rest of the tropical fruits in storage.”
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To cram or squeeze into a confined space
“Sometimes, up to eight people have to pile into the small tents.”
Verb
To accumulate, collect or store away a certain amount of something
“I was eating indiscriminately during my holiday and would begin to pile on the pounds.”
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(pile on/up) To increase or cause to increase in quantity
“If your kid warms up to this kind of talk, ramp up the praise and pile on the compliments whenever possible.”
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To move in a group, often in a hurried manner
“A large crowd would pile into the museum to marvel at the dinosaur skeletons, the weather stations, and the planetarium.”
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To move or rush in a headlong or uncontrolled way
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To load, or be loaded, heavily with
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To provide in abundance
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(of plants, fruits, etc.) To collect for food
Verb
To form into a group or groups
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