woodpile

[wood-pahyl]
noun
a pile or stack of firewood.

Origin:
1545–55; wood1 + pile1

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woodpile (ˈwʊdˌpaɪl)
 
n
1.  a pile or heap of firewood
2.  nigger in the woodpile See nigger

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Example sentences
Guests can pick up freshly chopped wood from the woodpile of the hotel.
What will make it red as that one years ago by the woodpile, a fox that
  loitered.
Then she shovelled a path to the woodpile and one to the car.
The co-op provides a communal woodpile for shareholders to use in their
  fireplaces.
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