hoarder hoarder


  • (n) a person who accumulates things and hides them away for future use


  1. Robert De Niro caught our eye and kept it by being watchful, a figure of static electricity, a hoarder of his characters' motives.
  2. He was a real hoarder, not just of photos but of everything newspaper clippings, tram tickets and you know how small Hong Kong apartments are.
  3. I'm not a hoarder or saver.


  1. DA: Gun hoarder trial date could be Sept. 10

    An alleged gun hoarder arrested in Brookline a year ago for illegally holding 36 guns and other weapons in his home, is still under house arrest and awaiting his next court date.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Brookline Tab

  2. It’s time to dust the cobwebs and drunk college pics off your social media profiles

    Your social profiles have amassed quite a bit of content - and if you've had them for awhile, it's time to start cleaning the digital memories out. Seriously, don't turn into a virtual hoarder. It's time to let some things go.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Digital Trends


  1. "I am selling everything because I haven't got the room in my very nice house to keep it," Anderson said. "I've decided to have a clean sweep; I've kept my awards, but that's about all. I cannot emphasise how much I am not a hoarder or a...
    on Feb 7, 2009 By: Gerry Anderson Source: guardian.co.uk

  2. "I have no idea where I would've been. Probably dead. I would probably be dead right now," Scott says. "It was not a healthy environment and my grandmother who raised me was a compulsive hoarder. Had my mother raised me rather than my...
    on Apr 14, 2010 By: Melody Thomas Scott Source: Ninemsn

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