Definitions of pyramid

To
use,
or
to
deal
in,
in
a
pyramiding
transaction.
See
Pyramid,
v.
i.

(
stock
market)
a
series
of
transactions
in
which
the
speculator
increases
his
holdings
by
using
the
rising
market
value
of
those
holdings
as
margin
for
further
purchases

To
enlarge
one's
holding
or
interest
in
a
series
of
operations
on
a
continued
rise
or
decline
by
using
the
profits
to
buy
or
sell
additional
amounts
on
a
margin,
as
where
one
buys
on
a
10%
margin
100
shares
of
stock
quoted
at
100,
holds
it
till
it
rises
to
105,
and
then
uses
the
paper
profit
to
buy
50
shares
more,
etc.
The
series
of
operations
constitutes
a
pyramid.

A
solid
body
standing
on
a
triangular,
square,
or
polygonal
base,
and
terminating
in
a
point
at
the
top;
especially,
a
structure
or
edifice
of
this
shape.

A
solid
figure
contained
by
a
plane
rectilineal
figure
as
base
and
several
triangles
which
have
a
common
vertex
and
whose
bases
are
sides
of
the
base.

The
game
of
pool
in
which
the
balls
are
placed
in
the
form
of
a
triangle
at
spot.

Pyramidal.

increase
rapidly
and
progressively
step
by
step
on
a
broad
base

arrange
or
build
up
as
if
on
the
base
of
a
pyramid

use
or
deal
in (
as
of
stock
or
commercial
transaction)
in
a
pyramid
deal

Monuments,
such
as
those
of
Egypt;
a
game
at
billiards.

a
polyhedron
having
a
polygonal
base
and
triangular
sides
with
a
common
vertex

The
series
of
operations
involved
in
pyramiding.
See
Pyramid,
v.
i.

A
solid
body
standing
on
a
triangular,
square,
or
polygonal
base,
having
its
triangular
sides
ending
in
a
point
at
the
apex
or
top.

A
solid
figure
on
a
triangular,
square,
or
polygonal
base,
with
triangular
sides
meeting
in
a
point:
pl. "
the
pyramids"
or
great
monuments
of
Egypt:
a
game
played
on
a
billiard
table.

A
solid
with
rectilinear
base
and
triangular
sides
meeting
at
an
apex.

A
solid
having
a
rectilinear,
usually
square,
base,
and
with
triangular
sides
meeting
an
apex.

One
of
the
great
anc.
structures
of
Egypt
set
apart
for
some
sacred
or
religious
use,
the
base
forming
a
square
and
facing
the
four
cardinal
points,
the
sides
bounded
by
plane
triangles
ending
at
a
common
point
at
the
vertex;
in
geom.,
a
solid
figure
whose
sides
are
plane
triangles
ending
in
a
common
point
at
the
vertex,
and
whose
base
may
be
a
triangle,
square, &
c.

A
conical
structure,
protuberance,
eminence ;
a
piece
of
the
dental
apparatus
of
Echinoids ;
parts
of
brain,
temporal
bone,
vestibule.
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