Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a pile, as an arrow.
- Supported on or by piles.
- In iron-making, made up of bars, fagots, or piles, placed together and welded.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. obsolete Having a pile or point; pointed.
- adj. Having a pile or nap.
- adj. (Iron Manuf.) Formed from a pile or fagot.
“It seems that with its collapse, the coins piled up there among the building debris.”
“No man, the more I think about this, the more it looks win piled on win.”
“One of the best nights I had there once was on a Friday night a few years ago, and in piled a whole bunch of very friendly university students (well, college kids, I guess – they were American, after all) from New York state who were in Toronto for a week on an organized school trip of some sort.”
“Fingering a gold crown free of the coins piled in front of him, he slid it over beside Mat's silver mark.”
“The woman without a word piled fresh billets of wood upon the fire and set to work with bellows to work up a blaze.”
“You know that big ship's anchor and chain piled up behind the coal-sheds?”
“What needs my Shakespeare for his honoured bones The labour of an age in piled stones?”
“Though Constantinople be heaped above him as a tomb, yet I must find him -- then cover us with the city's weight, with a mountain piled above -- I care not, so that one grave hold Raymond and his Perdita.”
“A backlog of more than 1,300 emergency calls piled up Monday afternoon as ambulances were stuck or ran out of gas, some with patients inside.”
“One morning we got a phone call at 8 a.m.; that call was interrupted by call waiting, and for eight hours all we did was pass the phone back and forth and hit the flash button as calls piled on top of calls.”
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