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Correct spelling: stack

Definition of stack:

  1. A large pile of hay, grain, or straw, sometimes thatched; a conical pile; a number of funnels or chimneys standing together.
  2. 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.

Common misspellings for stack:

stach, s5ack, scacia catechu, scathexia, sacetate disk, sacetic, s6ack.

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This graph shows how "stack" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for stack:

  1. On a chair stood a stack of photographs of statues and pictures, which it was his habit to exhibit, one by one, for the space of a day or two. – Night and Day by Virginia Woolf
  2. Dale, in the act of clambering from the top rung of the ladder, had been blown off, and was hanging to a rope over the edge of the stack – The Devil's Garden by W. B. Maxwell
  3. On his return with this gallant prey, he passed a very large hay- stack – Minstrelsy of the Scottish border (3rd ed) (1 of 3) by Walter Scott

Quotes for stack:

  1. It was an incredible resource. I'd sit with a big stack of bound New Yorkers in the library and read through, especially the 'Talk of the Town' sections.
  2. Otherwise, my whole career has just been flinging myself at whatever is most overdue first and letting everything else stack up.
  3. And I had this big, long list of what I wanted in a guy but I realized I didn't stack up to the list myself.
  4. That was when I found out that you could talk to them and it was a whole other way to blow your stack, and it's so much fun to perform that you want to do it again and the more you get out of it the better.
  5. I don't have a stack of scripts.

Rhymes for stack:

  1. back, black, braque, clack, flack, flak, hack, jack, knack, lac, lack, mac, mack, pac, pack, plaque, quack, rack, sac, sack, shack, slack, smack, snack, tack, track, unpack, whack, wrack, yack, yak, brack, fac, paque, plack, tac, mak, dack, zack, zak, zach, shaq, dac, nack, ack, bak, cac, pak, caq, akc, sak, wack, trac, jac, lak, stac, brac, tak, rak, haq, trak, spak, crack;
  2. aback, arrack, attack, repack, knick-knack;
  3. dak;
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