How does Caroline stack up against these esteemed politicians?
She reports him to his bishop/father, who separately catches his son in the woods with a stack of Penthouse magazines.
The witness thumbed slowly through the stack as minutes passed in the silent courtroom.
And when Bill Clinton swore on a stack of Bibles that he rose from a town called Hope, few of us rolled our eyes.
Place the stack of phyllo dough sheets on a cutting board and cover it with a slightly damp towel.
We were both quite comfortably hidden behind the stack of north-looking chimneys.
All you've got to do is to just be ca'm and stack it up—they'll stand the racket.
Still the stack of arms remained untouched, nor was there any new demonstration among the Indians.
The old woman will show you a stack of quilts from floor to ceiling of her cabin.
The other, on top of the stack, wrapped apparently in gloomy meditation, was Sam'l Todd.
c.1300, "pile, heap, or group of things," from Old Norse stakkr "haystack" (cf. Danish stak, Swedish stack "heap, stack"), from Proto-Germanic *stakkoz, from PIE *stognos- (cf. Old Church Slavonic stogu "heap," Russian stog "haystack," Lithuanian stokas "pillar"), from root *steg- "pole, stick" (see stake (n.)). Meaning "set of shelves on which books are set out" is from 1879. Used of the chimneys of factories, locomotives, etc., since 1825.