Definition of Sandpiles

1. Noun. (plural of sandpile) ¹



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Definition of Sandpiles

1. sandpile [n] - See also: sandpile

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sandpiles

sandpaintings
sandpaper
sandpaper disks
sandpaper gallbladder
sandpapered
sandpaperer
sandpaperers
sandpapering
sandpaperish
sandpaperlike
sandpapers
sandpapery
sandpeep
sandpeeps
sandpile
sandpiles (current term)
sandpiper
sandpipers
sandpit
sandpits
sandpump
sandpumps
sandre
sands
sands of time
sandscape
sandscapes
sandshoe
sandshoe crusher
sandshoes

Literary usage of Sandpiles

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1. The Journal of Geography by National Council of Geography Teachers (U.S.) (1905)
"... water) and slope lines (on hills or sandpiles) ; or why a writhing blue line should mean a river unless one has drawn the neighboring river to large, ..."

2. American City Government by Charles Austin Beard (1912)
"Therefore, the cry that every open spot should be skinned for teeter boards and sandpiles must be resisted by the park commissioner. ..."

3. American Municipal Progress: Chapters in Municipal Sociology by Charles Zueblin (1902)
"... order to educate the people to the point where they will insist that sandpiles and swings are as desirable for that community as lawns and shrubberies. ..."

4. American Physical Education Review by American Physical Education Association (1901)
"... active outdoor play common to children,—romping, racing, climbing; with toys, balls, blocks; with sandpiles and flower gardening; ..."

5. Publication by Cleveland Foundation Survey Committee (1916)
"Of late, we find special playgrounds for different groups of children, with running tracks, swings, slides, and sandpiles. Many of the newer buildings are ..."

6. American Catholics in the War: National Catholic War Council, 1917-1921 by Michael Williams (1921)
"English lessons, sewing classes, croquet, basket-ball, sandpiles and toys were furnished at Montmartre. During the summer months picnics were given for the ..."

7. The Journal of Geography by National Council of Geography Teachers (U.S.) (1905)
"... water) and slope lines (on hills or sandpiles) ; or why a writhing blue line should mean a river unless one has drawn the neighboring river to large, ..."

8. American City Government by Charles Austin Beard (1912)
"Therefore, the cry that every open spot should be skinned for teeter boards and sandpiles must be resisted by the park commissioner. ..."

9. American Municipal Progress: Chapters in Municipal Sociology by Charles Zueblin (1902)
"... order to educate the people to the point where they will insist that sandpiles and swings are as desirable for that community as lawns and shrubberies. ..."

10. American Physical Education Review by American Physical Education Association (1901)
"... active outdoor play common to children,—romping, racing, climbing; with toys, balls, blocks; with sandpiles and flower gardening; ..."

11. Publication by Cleveland Foundation Survey Committee (1916)
"Of late, we find special playgrounds for different groups of children, with running tracks, swings, slides, and sandpiles. Many of the newer buildings are ..."

12. American Catholics in the War: National Catholic War Council, 1917-1921 by Michael Williams (1921)
"English lessons, sewing classes, croquet, basket-ball, sandpiles and toys were furnished at Montmartre. During the summer months picnics were given for the ..."

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