Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of woodpile.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In the title piece of Steven Millhauser's collection of new and selected stories, "We Others" Knopf, 387 pages, $27.95 , the "we" refers to phantoms who infiltrate picket-fenced suburbia—becoming "the companions of lawn mowers in toolsheds, of gas grills beside tarp-covered woodpiles"—and who try in vain to join the lives of the people who live there.

    Of Bouquets, Suburbs and 'Urth'

  • I don't wear sport shoes when I hike or camp, I wear lace-up 8 or 10-inch boots, and I did not reach into rocks or woodpiles without looking first (and taught my children the same concept).

    Is just killing rattlesnakes ethical? We do it all the time and i don't see any problem with it how about you guys?

  • No one had any idea about the odd woodpiles that concerned Fire Falcon.

    Fire The Sky

  • Davy wailed, while Montana Kid and the policeman dragged him backward from the woodpiles.

    AT THE RAINBOW'S END

  • They like it still and they like hard, close places like the spaces between woodpiles or behind cabinets.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • From all over the forest, warriors had watched in horror as their people were tied to the posts and the woodpiles lit.

    Fire The Sky

  • From all over the forest, warriors had watched in horror as their people were tied to the posts and the woodpiles lit.

    Fire The Sky

  • To decrease tick infestation in your yard, remove leaf litter and woodpiles and create wood chip or gravel zones between lawns and the edge of wooded areas.

    Lyme Disease

  • No one had any idea about the odd woodpiles that concerned Fire Falcon.

    Fire The Sky

  • They like it still and they like hard, close places like the spaces between woodpiles or behind cabinets.

    Ze Widow, She Is Black

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