There have been those who have condemned the hoarder in the roundest of terms.
No purchasers at execution sales but the creditor, or some hoarder of money.
But he now became what a young and gay Irishman seldom is--a hoarder of his earnings.
He was considered eccentric and "a hoarder up of English gold."
Food hoarding is an offence and the food is commandeered and the hoarder punished.
All the time the hoarder stands with nose in the air, the picture of lofty indifference.
It was no new thing to me to know the Irish peasant in his character as a hoarder and a saver.
Curtis is a hoarder, with an amazing capacity for heaping up that sort of information.
This hoarder of dead bodies, with his stiff and almost heavy movements, is astonishingly quick at storing away wreckage.
Hoarder's apparatus for measuring the length of spark for Leyden jar and coil.