Definition of woodpile in English:

woodpile

Syllabification: wood·pile
Pronunciation: /ˈwo͝odˌpīl
 
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noun

A stack of wood stored for fuel.
More example sentences
  • She stacked several armloads of wood from the woodpile near the door next to the stove and warmed her hands.
  • By keeping lawns mowed and trimmed; clearing brush, leaf litter, and tall grass; and stacking woodpiles off the ground, you will reduce the prevalence of ticks.
  • If you'd had the sense to wear your shirt the other day when you were out chopping wood, instead of leaving it on the woodpile, you wouldn't have got a chill.

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