verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of hoard
Related formshoard·er, nounun·hoard·ed, adjective
Can be confusedhoard horde
Examples from the Web for hoard
That I hoard medication and go to sleep each night on a big pile of Zithromax?Doctors Can’t Prescribe a Magical Cure for Everything|Russell Saunders|March 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
JML: Attractive celebrities are usually followed by a hoard of women.Murder, Sex, and the Writing Life: Norman Mailer’s Biography|Ronald K. Fried|November 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And by the end of the war he had managed to hoard at least 1,400 hugely valuable works for himself.
Former official Debbie Cook's email to 12,000 church members alleges financial wrongdoing and a $1 billion hoard.Scientology Insider Emails Attack on Church Finances|Janet Reitman|January 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Big companies can hoard their money and sport big profits, but ultimately they have to sell to consumers and small firms.
My friend, replied Chia, my object in getting money was not to hoard it up like a miser.
I have enough and to spare already, and I should only hoard it.A Prince of Cornwall|Charles W. Whistler
A few strokes carried him alongside his boat, and, his voice being heard by his men, he was speedily hauled on hoard.The Three Lieutenants|W.H.G. Kingston
The nut is a favourite food of the squirrels, which hoard them up for winter store, being careful always to select the best.Woodland Gleanings|Charles Tilt
I have asked for nothing by way of loan, and have made no hoard against a rainy day.The History of Don Quixote de la Mancha|Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra