burrow

[ bur-oh, buhr-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF burrow

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BURROW

They then began to make holes through them, and to burrow underneath.

When they want to hide, they burrow under one of these rookeries.

They burrow underneath the surface, you know, and one never sees them.

I'm a contemptible thing that runs to its burrow when it hears of danger.

To pray for your bread or to burrow in the earth for it, is it not the same with most people?

We were like human animals which burrow in a rocky bank a mile from any land.

Directly the day began to dawn, he cautiously returned to his burrow.

Taking a long culm of timothy-grass, I inserted the tip into the burrow.

One can burrow somewhere in the great ant-hill, and work can be found.

These notes are the call notes of the males, inviting a mate to his burrow.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BURROW

digs

verbdelve into; hollow out
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