Definition of Stack up

1. Verb. Arrange into piles or stacks. "She piled up her books in my living room"

Exact synonyms: Heap Up, Pile Up
Generic synonyms: Collect, Garner, Gather, Pull Together



Definition of Stack up

1. Verb. (transitive) To put into a stack ¹

2. Verb. (intransitive) to pile up; to accumulate ¹

3. Verb. (idiomatic transitive) To put a group of abstract things together. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stack Up

staccatos
stache
staches
stachybotryotoxicosis
stachybotrys
stachydrine
stachyose
stachyses
stack
stack-guard
stack-guards
stack away
stack off
stack trace
stack traces
stack up (current term)
stack z's
stackability
stackable
stackably
stackage
stackages
stackback
stackbacks
stacked
stacked(p)
stacked heel
stacked modal
stacker
stackers

Literary usage of Stack up

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1. A General History of Malvern: Embellished with Plates, Intended to Comprise by John Chambers (1817)
"... stack up on its eastern wall, a large pigeon-lions**, belonging as ray conductor ... stack up ..."

2. Woodfall's Practical Treaties on the Law of Landlord and Tenant: With a Full by Henry Horn, William Woodfall, Samuel Bealey Harrison (1856)
"... his executors, administrators and assigns, shall and will, yearly and every year during the said term, lay in and in-barn, or stack up, all the crops of ..."

3. Specifications for Practical Architecture: Preceded by an Essay on the ...by Alfred Bartholomew by Alfred Bartholomew (1840)
"To take down the present house and the out-building thereof ; to clean all the sound bricks therein ; to sort, set apart and stack up for use, ..."

4. Supreme Court Reporter by Robert Desty, United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1887)
"... the stack up from the bottom, instead of from the top; * * * the object and value of the patent consisting not in the use of any special machinery for ..."

5. Free Silver and the People: A Campaign Hand-book for the Struggling Millions by Charles McClellan Stevens (1896)
"If we sell wheat and cotton at high prices to England a good deal of money will stack up in London to our credit, and we can draw on this money by selling ..."

6. Hearings Before the Committee on Expenditures in the Post Office Department (1911)
"Mr. BECK. Each firm has a different style. Mr. BECK. Yes; and different patterns. Of course, our cases would not stack up on a competitor's case nor would a ..."

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