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column an upright structure that looks like a post. A column helps support a building. [1/4 definitions]
outpost a military post at some distance from a main station.
picket a pointed post fixed into the ground, used to make a fence or hold something in place. [1/3 definitions]
pier a heavy post or pillar used to support a bridge or building. [1/2 definitions]
pile2 a large post of steel, wood, or concrete that is forced or pounded into the ground to support something. Piles are used to hold up bridges, walls, buildings, and other structures.
p.m. the time between noon and midnight. P.M. is the abbreviation of "post meridiem," meaning "after noon" in Latin. [1/2 definitions]
P.O.1 abbreviation of "post office."
pole1 a long, round post or rod made of metal, wood, or some other material.
post2 to place in or at a post. [1/4 definitions]
postmark a mark stamped on mail by the post office. A postmark cancels the stamp on a piece of mail and shows the date and place of mailing. [1/2 definitions]
postmaster the person in charge of a post office.
stake1 a sharpened or pointed post that is driven into the ground. Stakes can be used to mark a place or to support something. [1/4 definitions]
stud1 an upright post in a wall that provides support for paneling, boards, or other kinds of siding. [1/5 definitions]
trading post a store in a frontier area or other place far from towns. At a trading post, local products can be traded for goods brought from distant places.