stacked

adjective
\ ˈstakt \

Definition of stacked

of a woman
: having large breasts

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Not to mention, the Sounders have long envisioned playing in an MLS Cup final at CenturyLink Field, and the rules changes combined with their stacked lineup now makes that an entirely possible outcome. Geoff Baker, The Seattle Times, "Sounders open 2019 training camp with stacked roster, lofty goals," 23 Jan. 2019 The Duchess has had a relatively stacked schedule over the past week, with Remembrance events and services on Saturday and Sunday, and the Tusk Conservation Awards before that. Chloe Foussianes, Town & Country, "Kate Middleton Recycles a Blue Coat-Dress for an Outing in South Yorkshire," 14 Nov. 2018 Seattle boasts a stacked lineup that includes MVP leading candidate Breanna Stewart, All-Star Jewell Loyd, Natasha Howard, who won a title last year in Minnesota, and Bird, an 11-time All-Star. Percy Allen, The Seattle Times, "Storm among favorites, but certainly no shoo-in for WNBA title," 20 Aug. 2018 Each unit also has a walk-in closet in the master bedroom and a stacked washer and dryer in the pantry. Sarah Gish, kansascity, "Saltwater pool, gym, dog spa: Tour downtown KC's new Crossroads Westside Apartments," 27 June 2018 Indeed, Wales conceded fewer goals than any other team in the tournament, save for their next opponents, the mighty Brazilians; a team so stacked with talent that even the 17-year-old Pelé wasn’t sure of a place in it. SI.com, "World Cup Countdown: 2 Days to Go - What if the John Charles Was Fully Fit for the 1958 World Cup?," 12 June 2018 As this year's Capital Summertime Ball dominated with another stacked lineup on Saturday (June 9), the performances at the UK's Wembley Stadium had many highlights worth noting. Mackenzie Cummings-grady, Billboard, "Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello and More Rock the Capital Summertime Ball: Videos," 11 June 2018 The Golden State Warriors, winners of three of the past four championships, also have anted-up, and remain stacked. Nick Canepa, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Latest star Laker? Yeah, just forgot all the early great ones," 7 July 2018 Yeah, the ’80 draft might have been a bit stacked; three future Hall-of-Famers were drafted in four picks. Ryan Ford, Detroit Free Press, "Six-cess for the Wings in draft? History shows pick can go either way," 18 June 2018

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First Known Use of stacked

1942, in the meaning defined above

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stacked

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of stacked

informal + impolite, of a woman : having large breasts

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