Dylan Byers at Politico is smelling a traffic breakthrough by burrowing after MSNBC and Andrea Mitchell about Wawagate.
But nevertheless, parents should be inspecting the nostrils of their young ones, searching for sugar residue and burrowing larvae.
Like Gervais, Merchant revels in burrowing into the most uncomfortable of situations and refusing to leave.
Craig, his coat and waistcoat off, his detachable cuffs on the floor, was burrowing into masses of huge law-books.
It is the glimmering boundary line where burrowing leaves off.
Grim was almost caught two or three times, and only saved herself by burrowing into the mud, and letting the net pass over her.
From his experience, Ricardo declared that man was not a burrowing beast.
For a moment she struggled, burrowing her head into his coat; there was a good deal of burrowing and not much struggling.
burrowing in the ground in the late fall they remain there all winter.
These burrowing men were the first permanent settlers in the mines north of the Illinois line, and called themselves "Badgers."
"rabbit-hole, fox-hole, etc.," c.1300, borewe, from Old English burgh "stronghold, fortress" (see borough); influenced by bergh "hill," and berwen "to defend, take refuge."
c.1600, "to place in a burrow, from burrow (n.). Figuratively (e.g. to burrow (one's) head) by 1862. Intransitive sense, "to bore one's way into, penetrate" is from 1610s, originally figurative (literal sense, of animals, attested by 1771). Related: Burrowed; borrowing.