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stacked

[ stakt ]
/ stækt /
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adjective Slang.

(of a woman) having a voluptuous figure.

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Origin of stacked

1940–45; stack (v.) + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM stacked

un·stacked, adjectivewell-stacked, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for stacked

stacked
/ (stækt) /

adjective

slang a variant of well-stacked
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