Definition of Hoarded

1. Verb. (past of hoard) ¹



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Definition of Hoarded

1. hoard [v] - See also: hoard

Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoarded

hoaching
hoactzin
hoactzines
hoactzins
hoaed
hoagie
hoagies
hoagy
hoaing
hoaky
hoar
hoar-frost
hoar-frosts
hoar frost
hoard
hoarded (current term)
hoarded wealth
hoarder
hoarders
hoarding
hoardingly
hoardings
hoards
hoared
hoarfrost
hoarfrosted
hoarfrosts
hoarhead
hoarheads
hoarhound

Literary usage of Hoarded

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Science of Statistics by Richmond Mayo-Smith (1899)
"The third item, the amount of gold and silver hoarded, is even more difficult to ascertain than that of " used in the arts." It is customary to distinguish ..."

2. The Guaranty of Bank Deposits by Thomas Bruce Robb (1921)
"The effect of guaranty laws on hoarded money. One of the claims made for a guaranty law was that it would draw into circulation the money which was being ..."

3. Southern Writers: Biographical and Critical Studies by William Malone Baskervill (1896)
"Those who heard him listened with a sort of fascinated terror, as in doubt whether the hoarded breath would suffice to the end of the hour. ..."

4. French Civilization in the Nineteenth Century: A Historical Introduction by Albert Léon Guérard (1914)
"... The heritage: (1) European France—(2) The Colonial Empire —<3) hoarded capital—<4) Cultural traditions—(5) Prestige—(6) Evidences of ..."

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