hoard definition

  • noun:
    • A hidden fund or supply kept for future usage; a cache.
    • a concealed, secret supply or fund.
    • A cache of valuable items or artefacts; a trove.
    • See hoarding, 2.
    • A store, stock, or quantity of anything gathered or set up; a hidden supply; a treasure
    • A treasure; a fund; a stock or store set by; an accumulation of something for conservation or future use; therefore, any mass of things preserved by being deposited collectively.
    • A hoarding-place; a treasure-house or treasury.
    • a location of your retirement or concealment; a closet or closet; a lurking-place.
    • just like hoarding.
    • a secret shop of valuables or cash
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to collect or accumulate a hoard.
    • To lay-up a store or hoard, since money.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To accumulate a hoard of.
    • to help keep hidden or personal.
    • to get and lay up; to amass and deposit in key; to keep privately, or even for the sake of keeping and accumulating.
  • verb:
    • To amass, frequently for your private collection.
    • save up for future use
    • have or gather together
  • others:
    • To treasure up; harvest and store; amass and deposit for conservation or protection, or even for future use; shop; lay-up: usually followed by up.
    • to collect and save your self; lay up store.

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