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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Then he crawled forward a little space and saw that he was coming to the inner mouth of the burrow, but that the shadow was deep there because of a great mass of rock which lay before the burrow shutting out the light.
Let us make an end: run, some of you, and find stones to stop the burrow, for now the sport is done.
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.
They began to burrow a yard or two lower down the bank.
It throws up at the mouth of its burrows hillocks of earth like those of the mole, but smaller.
I shall promote you from the fields to the burrows.
It was only too evident that these creatures possessed no gentle or chivalric sentiments to which she could appeal, and that she might escape from the labyrinthine mazes of their underground burrows appeared impossible.
Far below the levels to which we can take the rykors is a vast network of burrows where the real life of the kaldane is lived.
In the burrow, they use smell and touch to yet around.
com)-- Burrow Global, LLC (BG) announced today that it has entered into an agreement to purchase the assets, contracts and certain liabilities of Furmanite Technical Solutions (FTS), a division of Furmanite America.
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2007) found that models incorporating local (burrow length, number of burrows, and percent shrub cover), colony (percent prairie dog activity), and landscape (distance to water) variables were the best predictors of presence of Burrowing Owls' nest burrows.
His wife, Elizabeth (Metz) Burrow died July 25, 1995.
These burrows are actively guarded by males until the free-swimming larvae leave the burrow (Nico et al.