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
But nevertheless, parents should be inspecting the nostrils of their young ones, searching for sugar residue and burrowing larvae.Parents Panic Over Old Fake Smarties Snorting Craze|Lizzie Crocker|January 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Like Gervais, Merchant revels in burrowing into the most uncomfortable of situations and refusing to leave.‘Breaking Bad’ Finale, ‘Homeland’ Premiere: How to Survive DVRmageddon|Jason Lynch|September 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Dylan Byers at Politico is smelling a traffic breakthrough by burrowing after MSNBC and Andrea Mitchell about Wawagate.
Dorothy, burrowing with the broom into a corner, laughed too.Gray youth|Oliver Onions
We shall find other instances of burrowing insects when we are dealing with rubber plants.The Romance of Plant Life|G. F. Scott Elliot
Burrowing animals, by throwing up the soil and subsoil, expose these to be dried and blown away by the wind.
I always have had a healthy dislike of burrowing in tombs and catacombs.An Autobiography|Elizabeth Butler
Or a sledge may be built beneath the mass by burrowing below it and thrusting the poles beneath it.The Art of Travel|Francis Galton