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stump dump

[ stuhmp-duhmp ]
/ ˈstʌmp ˌdʌmp /
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noun
a landfill site reserved for wood waste, especially brush, branches, and stumps as well as leaves, grass, and other general yard and garden waste: As soon as we get the last of those nasty brambles into the back of the truck, we can cover them with some heavy branches and head over to the stump dump.
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Origin of stump dump

First recorded in 1965–70
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