"go the whole pile" Definition

  1. to put all one’s bank on a solitary chance. An Americanism which had its origin in the PILES of gold dust used as circulating medium by gambling miners.

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Position in the dictionary: 1466 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: gob, god bless the duke of argyle!, gods, gol-mol, gold-mine, goldbacked uns, goldfinches, golgotha, golopshus, gonnof
Previous words in the dictionary: go over, go it, go in, go for the gloves, go due north, go along, go, glumpish, glump, glum

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