verb (used without object), hord·ed, hord·ing.
- horatian ode,
- horatio alger,
- horatius cocles,
Origin of horde
Examples from the Web for horded
Their attics were museums where were horded every sort of object against the time when it might be needed.Carl and the Cotton Gin|Sara Ware Bassett
What if some luckless farmer should have his home burned from around him or his horded tobacco and corn destroyed?The Nightrider's Feud|Walter C. McConnell
Word Origin for horde
1550s, from W. Turkic (cf. Tatar urda "horde," Turkish ordu "camp, army"), to English via Polish, French, or Spanish. The initial -h- seems to have been acquired in Polish. Transferred sense of "uncivilized gang" is from 1610s. Related: Hordes.