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stacked

 (stăkt)
adj. Vulgar Slang
Large-breasted.
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stacked

(stækt)
adj
slang a variant of well-stacked
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stacked

(stækt)

adj.
Slang. (of a woman) having large breasts.
[1940–45; Amer.]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.stacked - arranged in a stack
2.stacked - (of a woman's body) having a large bosom and pleasing curves; "Hollywood seems full of curvaceous blondes"; "a curvy young woman in a tight dress"
shapely - having a well-proportioned and pleasing shape; "a slim waist and shapely legs"
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stacked

adjective
Slang. Having a full, voluptuous figure:
Informal: built.
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Translations

stacked

adj (inf) to be (well) stackedeinen großen or üppigen Vorbau haben (inf), → Holz vor der Hütte haben (inf)
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References in classic literature ?
At the top of the stairs, wide reaches of shadowy space led to far corners where the roof came almost down to the floor, and where were stacked innumerable trunks and boxes.
They stacked up the cakes thus in the open air in a pile thirty-five feet high on one side and six or seven rods square, putting hay between the outside layers to exclude the air; for when the wind, though never so cold, finds a passage through, it will wear large cavities, leaving slight supports or studs only here and there, and finally topple it down.
But one day, after the corn had all been cut and stacked, and Tip was carrying the pumpkins to the stable, he took a notion to make a "Jack Lantern" and try to give the old woman a fright with it.
When we got up-stairs everybody gethered around the table, and the king he counted it and stacked it up, three hundred dollars in a pile -- twenty elegant little piles.
There is nothing about Tabor (except we concede that it was the scene of the Transfiguration,) but some gray old ruins, stacked up there in all ages of the world from the days of stout Gideon and parties that flourished thirty centuries ago to the fresh yesterday of Crusading times.
It was he who stacked the universal card-deck of existence.
The unique feature of this machine is that various sizes of plates can be stacked in the same machine with some changeover tooling.
The article explained also that operators use post-stack inversion in order to transfer stacked seismic data into a P-impedance model.
Stacked Outdoors' Stacked Ladder Sticks are the most revolutionary climbing aids on the market.
Instead, we conducted an outdoor test fire at an Iowa State University research center to determine if offsetting the stacked bales could effectively block the vertical channels.
But soon he and others were asking my father to help put up their hay, and for a time he stacked hay for many nearby farmers.
Drillers put rigs in warm stacks to lower operational costs and also to keep them sufficiently ready for quick deployment, meaning they are hopeful a downturn won't be a prolonged one.Rigs can also be "cold stacked", or shut down, which typically happens when an owner does not expect to find work for an extended period of time.