Definitions

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  • noun A pile of rocks.

Etymologies

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rock +‎ pile

Examples

  • Fans said the "rockpile" is one of the most popular areas to stand because they can get close to cars as they launch into the air, and no guard rails hold them back.

    Brett Sloppy, Off-Road Driver, Involved In Fatal Car Wreck (PHOTOS)

  • Fans said the "rockpile" is one of the most popular areas to stand because they can get close to cars as they launch into the air, and no guard rails hold them back.

    Brett Sloppy, Off-Road Driver, Involved In Fatal Car Wreck (PHOTOS)

  • Fans said the "rockpile" is one of the most popular areas to stand because they can get close to cars as they launch into the air, and no guard rails hold them back.

    Brett Sloppy, Off-Road Driver, Involved In Fatal Car Wreck (PHOTOS)

  • Tens of thousands of people were spread out along the 50-mile track, but the site of the crash, a stretch known as the "rockpile," is one of the most popular areas to gather because the trucks become airborne, witnesses said.

    California 200 Crash: Video Shows Dangers Of Off-Road Race

  • Tens of thousands of people were spread out along the 50-mile track, but the site of the crash, a stretch known as the "rockpile," is one of the most popular areas to gather, witnesses said.

    California Off-Road Race Crash: Truck Plows Into Crowd, Kills 8, Injures 12

  • Tens of thousands of people were spread out along the 50-mile track, but the site of the crash, a stretch known as the "rockpile," is one of the most popular areas to gather, witnesses said.

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - - HOMEPAGE

  • Tens of thousands of people were spread out along the 50-mile track, but the site of the crash, a stretch known as the "rockpile," is one of the most popular areas to gather because the trucks become airborne, witnesses said.

    WSFA - Around Alabama

  • Tens of thousands of people were spread out along the 50-mile track, but the site of the crash, a stretch known as the "rockpile," is one of the most popular areas to gather because the trucks become airborne, witnesses said.

    Naples Daily News Stories

  • Fans said the "rockpile" is one of the most popular areas to stand because they can get close to cars as they launch into the air, and no guard rails hold them back.

    KING - Home

  • Tens of thousands of people were spread out along the 50-mile track, but the site of the crash, a stretch known as the "rockpile," is one of the most popular areas to gather, witnesses said.

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - - HOMEPAGE

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