Definition of stack:
- A large pile of hay, grain, or straw, sometimes thatched; a conical pile; a number of funnels or chimneys standing together.
- To lay in a conical or other pile; to pile wood, poles, & c. A stack of arms, a conical pile of muskets set up together on their ends. To stack arms, to set up muskets in a stack.
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Rhymes for stack:
- aback, arrack, attack, knick-knack, repack.
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