In other words, the art of electioneering is stacked in favor of the Democrats.
The interests of the Israeli government are stacked against a change in that status quo.
They were piled in heaps inside homes, stored in overflowing baskets, and stacked in pyramids as high as children.
A typical Costco store has around 4,000 SKUs, most of which are stacked on pallets so that you can be your own stockboy.
As for the paintings that came from the most important collections in Paris, these were stacked up at the German Embassy.
When they have been peeled they are stacked, preparatory to being sold.
At midnight every man was behind his stacked arms, ready for duty.
None of the American horses cared for it; their hay and grain had to be stacked up along the wharf and guarded.
A large table in the centre of the room was stacked high with newspapers and magazines.
From an inner courtyard where piles of bottles are stacked under open sheds, the cellars themselves are reached.
of women's bodies, "well-built in a sexual sense," 1942, past participle adjective from stack (v.).
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.
Very well-built in the sexual sense; having an attractive body, esp a large bosom: She's well-stacked and sort of young
[1942+; found in the form stacked up nicely at Stanford University in 1931]