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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.
Eric Burrows, 62, splashed his Postcode Lottery winnings on a PS22,000 car, foreign trips, a PS22,000 motorhome and gifts for his family.
Eric Burrows scooped PS166,666 on the popular lotto, then posed with other winners for publicity photos at Swansea's Brangwyn Hall.
Lewis Burrows was thrown into a rage when victim Christopher Wilson told him a woman they had both dated was carrying his child.
In all four crops, maximum number of rodent burrows was recorded at maturity stages of the crops.
Thomas Burrows was handed 30 months behind bars after he staggered into Studio K, in the town's Love Street, armed with a Stanley knife.
Wayne Hartshorne has no connection to the man buried at Cannock Cemetery, Warrant Officer John Benjamin Burrows.
Frullo said he would "most likely" have voted to re-elect the speaker; Burrows was more restrained, saying, "I don't know who else was running." Perry, whose more conservative upper chamber often found itself stymied by Straus, was more forthright.
Prairie dogs excavate burrows used by owls for nesting, and their vocalizations alert owls of nearby predators (Butts and Lewis, 1982; Desmond et al., 2000; Restani et al., 2001).
Ground squirrel burrows now occupied by burrowing owls and their young were being destroyed.
Ten-time Emmy winner James Burrows has been the glue for generations of the most revered sitcoms.