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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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They began to burrow a yard or two lower down the bank.
This indicates that this species of kangaroo rat generally prefers to locate its burrows in a non-random fashion, favoring open areas to those beneath the vegetative canopy.
FRANK Burrows admits that he couldn't care less about upsetting Albion's record signing Rob Earnshaw - as it will make him a better player.
It was subsequently learned that the felonious teen, whose name was withheld due to her age, was the current girlfriend of Scholl's ex-boyfriend, Milo Burrows, 19.
After 15 years in municipal politics, the avuncular mayor of North Bay, Jack Burrows, leaves office this fall.
Larry Burrows was the English photographer whose pictures of the Vietnam War, published in Life magazine, made him famous.
NEWPORT - The bird crew at the Oregon Coast Aquarium wasn't sure if the rhinoceros auklets - one of several types of seabirds in the aquarium's outdoor aviary - were nesting or just spending a lot of time in their burrows.
Natural burrows were excavated monthly over 2 consecutive crawfish production seasons, and crawfish were placed in a laboratory in artificial burrows to complete oviposition.
If Vancouver Canucks forward Alex Burrows played in the NBA, he'd be looking at a $25,000 fine.
The strategic partnership with DW Burrows will see Antur gain a new associate office in Barry and is the fourth associate member that Antur has partnered with in the last two years.
Former Anheuser-Busch executive Steve Burrows has been named director of the International Business Institute at the University of Missouri-St.
London, July 14 (ANI): The discovery of three fossil burrows in south-eastern Australia has suggested that small dinosaurs living in polar areas survived the lean months when little food was available by burrowing during the winter.
The number of entrances does not always match the number of burrows because often two or more entrances belong to the same burrow.
While operating the Palomino and its restaurant, the Burrows often were given models of horses by friends, guests and politicians.
To finally get the opportunity to test yourself against the best is every kid's dream ROB BURROWS