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astrakhan a fabric with a wavy or curly pile that resembles such fur. [1/2 definitions]
Axminster carpet a type of carpet that has a stiff, ribbed jute backing and a long soft pile of cut wool.
bank1 to form into a pile or heap, as sand, earth, or snow. [1/6 definitions]
cairn a pile of stones put up as a landmark or monument.
cord a unit of volume used for fuel wood, equal to 128 cubic feet or 3.6 cubic meters, arranged in a pile measuring four by four by eight feet. [1/8 definitions]
corduroy a fabric, usu. cotton, with cords or cut pile woven in to form lengthwise ribs. [1/6 definitions]
cumulus any large mass or pile. [1/2 definitions]
dunghill a large pile of dung. [1/2 definitions]
fan-tan a gambling game originating in China in which players bet on a final number of objects after a pile of the objects is counted off in groups of four. [1/2 definitions]
fleece fabric with a deep, soft pile. [1/7 definitions]
frisť a thick upholstery or rug fabric having a pile of uncut loops or a patterned combination of cut and uncut loops.
fustian a thick fabric of cotton, cotton and flax, or cotton and wool, with a short pile. [1/5 definitions]
heap a great number of things lying on top of each other; pile. [2/7 definitions]
hemorrhoid an often painful mass of swollen veins in or at the anus; pile. [1/2 definitions]
hill a small heap or pile. [2/4 definitions]
jumble to be put or thrown together in a cluttered mass or pile. [2/6 definitions]
lump a mass or pile, esp. a small one. [1/7 definitions]
mound a raised pile; heap. [2/6 definitions]
mountain a big pile or large quantity. [1/2 definitions]
pile1 to place in a pile or form a pile from (often fol. by "up"). [2/7 definitions]
pile driver a machine that drives piles by repeatedly raising and dropping a heavy weight on the exposed end of the pile.