hoarding hoarding  /ˈhɔr dɪŋ/


  • (n) large outdoor signboard


  1. Every dollar returned from hoarding to circulation means putting men to work.
  2. Keen to limit risk in this kind of climate, European banks have taken to hoarding their cash, nudging up the rate they charge to lend each other money.
  3. He says businesses have been hoarding goods until they can be sold at higher prices.


  1. Sparks man accused of hoarding about 60 pets

    A man accused of hoarding about 60 live pets in his Sparks home is facing four counts of animal cruelty.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: KTVN Reno

  2. Sparks Man Investigated for Animal Hoarding

    A Sparks man could face charges of animal hoarding after dozens of animals, many dead, were found in his home Wednesday.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: KOLO 8 Reno

  3. Additional Dogs Seized From Lunenburg 'Hoarding' Situation

    After around 100 dogs were found living at a Lunenburg County home last month in what an animal rescue group called a hoarding situation, nearly all of the dogs have been rescued.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: WRIC 8 News Richmond

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  1. "Let me say as clearly as I can," said committee chairman Sen. Christopher Dodd, D-Conn. "Hoarding capital and acquiring healthy banks are not - I repeat are not - reasons why Congress authorized $700 billion in emergency funding."
    on Nov 13, 2008 By: Chris Dodd Source: USA Today

  2. Mr Zoellick said: "These controls encourage hoarding, drive up prices and hurt the poorest people around the world who are struggling to feed themselves."
    on Apr 29, 2008 By: Robert Zoellick Source: Scotsman

  3. "Nighthawkers, by hoarding the finds or selling them on without recording or provenance, are thieves of valuable archaeological knowledge that belongs to us all," Barry Cunliffe, interim chairman of English Heritage, said in a statement on the...
    on Feb 16, 2009 By: Barry Cunliffe Source: Bloomberg

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