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  • Included in Naves: No
  • Included in Smiths: No
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Webster's 1828 Dictionary

HOAR, adjective

1. White; as hoar frost; hoar cliffs.

2. Gray; white with age; hoary; as a matron grave and hoar

HOAR, noun Hoariness; antiquity.

HOAR, verb intransitive To become moldy or musty. [Little used.]

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

HOARD, noun A store, stock or large quantity of any thing accumulated or laid up; a hidden stock; a treasure; as a hoard of provisions for winter; a hoard of money.

HOARD, verb transitive To collect and lay up a large quantity of any thing; to amass and deposit in secret; to store secretly; as, to hoard grain or provisions; to hoard silver and gold.

It is sometimes followed by up, but without use; as, to hoard up provisions.

HOARD, verb intransitive To collect and form a hoard; to lay up store.

Nor cared to hoard for those whom he did breed.

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HOARDED, participle passive Collected and laid up in store.

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HOARDER, noun One who lays up in store; one who accumulates and keeps in secret.

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HOARDING, participle present tense Laying up in store.

1. Instinctively collecting and laying up provisions for winter; as, the squirrel is a hoarding animal.

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HOARED, adjective Moldy; musty. [Not in use.]

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HOAR-FROST, noun The white particles of ice formed by the congelation of dew or watery vapors.

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HOARHOUND. [See Horehound.]

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HOARINESS, noun [from hoary.] The state of being white, whitish or gray; as the hoariness of the hair or head of old men.

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HOARSE, adjective hors.

1. Having a harsh, rough, grating voice, as when affected with a cold.

2. Rough; grating; discordant; as the voice, or as any sound. We say, the hoarse raven; the hoarse resounding shore.

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HOARSELY, adverb With a rough, harsh, grating voice or sound.

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HOARSENESS, noun Harshness or roughness of voice or sound; preternatural asperity of voice.

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HOARY, noun [See Hoar.] White or whitish; as the hoary willows.

1. White or gray with age; as hoary hairs; a hoary head.

Reverence the hoary head.

2. Moldy; mossy, or covered with a white pubescence.