from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A pile of wood, especially when used for fuel.
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- n. A pile of cut wood to be used as fuel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A stack or pile of wood, especially of wood for fuel.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a pile or stack of wood to be used for fuel
I walked in; and there in a corner on a woodpile was a real nice pair of pants, and a collar and cravat, and a coat and a tin lunch-bucket, which had been eaten -- the lunch had.
The brown box sandwiched between the green-and-white EKO boiler and the woodpile is a coal burner which must have supplemented wood heat at one point.
Suggest that anyone at all should be looked for in the "woodpile"?
Pierre pointed to the scattered chips by the woodpile.
Lon McFane leaped from the woodpile, countering him in midair.
Watery veins stood out and his forehead looked like a stolen woodpile.
I now have perches that I salvaged from the woodpile in my back yard.
They guided him gently, very gently, to the woodpile, where they put the axe in his hands.
He procured a packing-case from the woodpile in the cellar, fitted
Across the street, a few women were carrying bundles of clothing, watching the fiery woodpile with little concern.