burrow


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Synonyms for burrow

Synonyms for burrow

a place used as an animal's dwelling

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Synonyms for burrow

a hole made by an animal, usually for shelter

move through by or as by digging

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The pair fought bravely, making a great slaughter, and presently, one by one, plumed heads of the People of the Axe showed through the burrow and strong arms mingled in the fray.
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The nest burrow was 2 m from an unpaved road in a pasture burned the previous growing season (2012) and within a larger 1,500-ha pasture stocked with one head of cattle per 2.
The study reveals the burrow characteristics and food hoarding of the lesser bandicoot rat (Bandicota bengalensis) in the agro-ecosystem of Pothwar, Pakistan.
For three years, from 2008 to 2011, I fought this battle in Antioch, California, documenting the developer's intentional use of rocks and debris to block burrow entrances and the use of poison gas to eradicate the owls.
After finding suitable potential site of the Scaly ant-eater in the park, we got /dropped down from the vehicle and carried out data collection, area searches and burrow counts by walking.
She sits on the eggs for about a month, while the male owl hunts and brings her food in their burrow.
While burrow excavation was rarely witnessed, indirect signs that a burrow had been made by some organism, rather than being naturally formed, was indicated primarily by its shape, evidence of digging and also through consulting published descriptions of the burrows made by particular organisms (if known).
Marine muds, in which cohesive organic material holds mineral grains together, behave elastically, and worms burrow by cracking the material.
Once that groundwork is laid, Burrow launches into an exposition of the major intellectual resources with which King resonated and from which King extrapolated for the remainder of his life.
His wife, Elizabeth (Metz) Burrow died July 25, 1995.
Ground squirrels have long and elaborated burrow systems (Ruzic 1978), which provide a stable and safe environment against predators and unpleasant environmental conditions (Hut & Scharff 1998).
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