verb (used without object), hord·ed, hord·ing.
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Origin of horde
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH hordehoard, horde
Example sentences from the Web for horde
Those proceedings were interrupted when hordes of rioters — many maskless — forced their way through barricades, some scaling the walls of the Capitol building, in a violent day that ended with four people dead.U.S. records its deadliest day of the pandemic while eyes are fixed on mob storming Capitol|Paulina Firozi|January 7, 2021|Washington Post
Police dogs paced the stairs that hordes of protesters had occupied hours before.Woman dies after shooting in U.S. Capitol; D.C. National Guard activated after mob breaches building|Washington Post Staff|January 7, 2021|Washington Post
As the hordes head toward well-known backcountry zones across the country, Sam Schwartz and Elsa Smith have ventured here in search of skiing at its purest.
Above you in the heavens, satellites whir around the planet like a buzzing horde of gnats.
The psychological benefits of an awe-inspiring view may be harder to obtain if you’re having to squirm through a horde to catch a glimpse.National Parks are logging record crowds. Here’s how to visit safely.|Ula Chrobak|October 15, 2020|Popular Science
It could be that people were hording medicines and avoiding going to the doctor during the cold weather.
Hording, without the -l, is used in an allied sense by builders in English.A Handbook of the English Language|Robert Gordon Latham
The Indian has no idea of hording up the treasures of this world and in only two instances did I know one to have a bank account.Canadian Wilds|Martin Hunter