verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
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Origin of burrow
OTHER WORDS FROM burrowbur·row·er, nounun·bur·rowed, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for burrow
The weird foot shape is ideal for excavating a burrow in a sand bank.Three love stories about birds that will delight your heart|Laura Erickson|November 6, 2020|Popular Science
They also believe that the animals lived in burrows, much as modern chipmunks do, based on the fact that the skeletons, which were well-preserved, appear to have a strong front end—a feature known to be good for digging.
He has burrowed so deeply into his work that he hasn't even bothered to get a tan—much to New York's chagrin.Mad Men’s Dramatic Déjà Vu: ‘Time Zones’ Feels Redundant|Andrew Romano|April 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Although none of these issues are burrowed into, they scroll by in manner that is commodious and vivid.Great Weekend Reads: 4 New Novels, November 13, 2011|Susan Salter Reynolds, Christopher Byrd, John Wilwol, Jennifer Miller|November 13, 2011|DAILY BEAST
He had himself proceeded to the lowest soundings without finding the least trace in the soil, burrowed in every direction.The Underground City|Jules Verne
Near Tarbert there was one burrowed out like a rabbit-hole, its thatched roof set upon the grass and weeds of the hill-side.Our Journey to the Hebrides|Joseph Pennell and Elizabeth Robins Pennell
But she just clawed his pocket and burrowed and kep' yelling, 'Give him the stone, Augustus!'The Virginian|Owen Wister
This, indeed, afforded a great treat, for in the side of it I burrowed a hole where I buried myself for the night.Wanderlust|Robert R. (Robert Rice) Reynolds
Fifteen yards below them the Italians had burrowed in somehow and had hung on until now.