A mass of soft or fibrous material used for padding, packing, stuffing, etc.
They paid him a stack of money to keep quiet.
A large amount or number; a lot:
(Dial.) A large amount; great deal
A large (but unspecified) number, a lot.
A lot of money; fortune
An abundant amount, especially of money.
A disorderly or confused collection or mass of things; jumble; hodgepodge
A musical setting of certain parts of the Mass, especially the Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei.
(Informal) A great deal; a lot:
(Informal) Treatment received:
The quantity of anything made in one operation or lot
A fund made up of a portion of each pot in a poker game.
(Informal) The stomach or abdomen
A toilet seat; a commode.
(Slang) A toilet or restroom.
Any vapor, fume, mist, etc. resembling smoke
Any of various plants having slender leaves similar to those of a grass.
A basin or depression in the earth, often containing mud or water.
A large quantity of money or possessions; wealth; riches
The definition of a drink is a liquid made for swallowing.
The spontaneous disintegration of radioactive atoms with a resulting decrease in their number
An earthenware pot or jar
A hemispherical vessel, wider than it is deep, used for holding food or fluids.
The definition of a bet is an agreement where two or more parties wager on the outcome of a situation or the amount of money made for such an agreement.
A heavy cylindrical drinking cup usually having a handle.
A container made of glass, stone, earthenware, etc., usually cylindrical, with a large opening and no spout: some jars have handles
A large, often rounded vessel of earthenware, glass, or metal with a small mouth, a handle, and usually a stopper or cap.
(Sports & Games) Money or property risked in a wager or gambling game.
The definition of a drug is a medication or an addictive substance.
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