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.
On the way, he stumbled over the rabbit burrow. If he had had any idea who was inside it, he would have pulled them out quickly.
Burrow counts are generally adopted for rodent population estimation since they are handy, quick and easily applicable for all practical purposes under field conditions.
Attempts to trace Warrant Officer Burrow's immediate family have failed, despite the Mercury story making headlines Down Under - but a distant relative was present at the ceremony.
Houston, TX, March 20, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Burrow Global is pleased to announce the addition of Leilani Ka'ano'i-Walsh to their sales team.
GATESHEAD 3 BOREHAM WOOD 3 JORDAN Burrow claimed his first Gateshead hat-trick but it wasn't enough to put the Heed into the last 16 of the FA Trophy.
ROB BURROW led the tributes to his old half-back partner Danny McGuire and predicted his successor as Leeds captain after bringing the curtain down on his career in glorious fashion.
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 2.65 ha.
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.
mactroides was positively correlated with shell length: small animals can burrow into substrates that may exclude larger animals.
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.
On 29 September 2013, we documented desert tortoise burrow collapse caused by Nelson's big horn sheep trampling at a wind energy facility in Riverside Co., California, USA (33[degrees]57'06"N, 116[degrees]40'02"W, WGS84).
For the purposes of this work, a 'burrow' is defined as a subterranean cavity or passage made by some organism.