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Definition of Stacked

  • arranged in a stack

How to use stacked in a sentence. Stacked pronunciation.

Cords of mail were stacked up at Siboney for weeks; and although there was more transportation on hand than could be used, the officer detailed to attend to the mail business of the corps, Lieut.
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Grandpa Martin took out of the boat the different things he had brought over, and stacked them up on shore.
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That poor lady, for instance, consulted her for advice when, one day, she opened Cassandra's bedroom door on a mission of discovery, and found the ceiling hung with mulberry-leaves, the windows blocked with cages, and the tables stacked with home-made machines for the manufacture of silk dresses.
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Hay making soon arrived and now that the barn had been burned, it was necessary that the hay should be cut and stacked in the field to be brought to the new barn later.
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Lake through the eve walked his familiar paths, Counting the labour of his years; the shed Where morn and night the cattle came to stall, Empty and still now but for the timbering rats; The low smooth paven dairy, where the moon Now sent a shaft on one full yellow bowl; The barn so happily at teeming time again, The rickyard stacked with hurdles by the fence, The long loft over plough and wagon teams.
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To that end she passed her own gate, entered Mrs. Lathrop's, proceeded up the front walk, stacked her dripping umbrella against one of the piazza posts, carefully disposed her rubbers beside the umbrella, and then entered the house.
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Still, they answered the purpose, and when they opened the door and came in the cashier got quite a start from the greedy look in their eyes when they saw the gold he had stacked in profusion on the counter before him.
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Where the gold had been stacked high in the sunshine the marble glistened whitely, with not so much as a five-dollar piece to give it a touch of color.
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In the back of the wagon sat a young squaw and two papooses, and beside them were stacked three or four of the gay, handwoven rugs for which the white people will pay many dollars. "Buenas dias," said the driver of the wagon, who was an oldish Indian with a true picture-postal face.
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All the chairs and tables were pushed back against the wall, and the bric-a-brac was stacked on the mantel.
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About us were many large cases and chests, stacked up and marked as belonging to the ship.
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He's got them stacked up in one end of the desk all ship-shape.
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While they were rummaging, they came across their find of old newspapers, which Mrs. Morton had stacked up on a table till Dr. Morton found time to look them over.
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The driver stacked them up in his wagon.
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After a night of storm these crops are stacked and carted and carried, the sea-wind catching away loose shreds from the summits of the loads.
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The cards were stacked back on Mouley Hassan’s desk again, and the three of them sat around and looked glumly at them.
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She gathered up her letters, stacked them in a corner of the dressing-table and left the room.
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They were lost to view for an instant as they gained the very wall of the house and stacked the bedding against it.
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Their muskets were stacked on the wall behind them, and they dared not reach for knives or pistols.
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At three o'clock the next afternoon Christopher Burley and myself might have been found in the factor's private office, waiting expectantly for the door to open, and gazing meanwhile at the desk littered with papers and maps, the shelves stacked with musty documents and old account books.
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Examples of Stacked

Example #1
Saville, of the 10th Infantry, could not succeed in securing a wagon to haul this mail to the front.
Example #2
The mail facilities were wretched.
Example #3
Parts of the tents were there, and things to cook with as well as food to eat.
Example #4
The tents were to be put up and camp made a little way up from the shore near the spot at which they had landed.
Example #5
She had more than once played the part of ambassador between Lady Otway and her children.
Example #6
With the younger section she had a great reputation for common sense, and for something that they despised but inwardly respected and called knowledge of the world-that is to say, of the way in which respectable elderly people, going to their clubs and dining out with ministers, think and behave.