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 hoarded
Money is like fertilizer; when hoarded it stinks, when spread around, things grow.
And I keep wondering what would have happened if his unquiet mother had hoarded books instead of semiautomatic weapons.The Promise of Happiness After the Newtown Shooting|William Giraldi|January 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She hoarded water compulsively and was consumed with panic that her baby might not survive.
When I was a little kid, I hoarded my $2 weekly allowance while my older brother spent his instantly.
So was the money, and every article of value that I had hoarded up.Begumbagh|George Manville Fenn
Besides words, Old Shep hoarded tobacco plugs in case the cause of communism ever collapsed.Here Lies|H.W. Guernsey
That false, deceitful jade shall never receive a penny from my hoarded wealth!Guy Kenmore's Wife and The Rose and the Lily|Mrs. Alex McVeigh Miller
Fourteen years, Duke thought as he dragged out his hoarded bottle of water and began shaving.Victory|Lester del Rey
The litigation is not, nor ever has been, between their rapacity and his hoarded riches.