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Definition of "hoarder" []

  • An accumulated store hidden away for future use (noun)
  • A cache of ancient coins, treasure, etc (noun)
  • To gather or accumulate (a hoard) (verb)
  • One who hoards; one who accumulates, collects, and stores. (noun)

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Use "hoarder" in a sentence
  • "A spike in gold is one thing, a sustained price level reflecting a decline in the dollar may seem like low hanging fiscal fruit for the tax man. $3,000 gold for a sustained period could bring the label hoarder thrown at the gold owner."
  • "The hoarder is a person who needs help with decision making, possibly depression and a whole host of other issues – a cleaning service will not cure the hoarder."
  • "The report also notes that Stephen Vassilev, the resident in the unit where the fire started and whom neighbours and investigators have identified as a hoarder, complained to TCHC on April 16, 2009 about the neighbour in the unit above "throwing broken bottle and cigarette butts on his balcony.""