What does the word burrow mean?

Usage examples for burrow

  1. At the other end of it he came out into daylight again; and he knew then that it was an old woodchuck's burrow, in which nobody lived any longer. – The Tale of Billy Woodchuck by Arthur Scott Bailey
  2. I had no tools to burrow through a four foot wall, and if I could have done so I should have tried if it had only been to give me something to do, had it not been that I hoped some day to obtain my release, and that any attempt at escape would, if discovered, as it was almost certain to be, decrease my chances. – Bonnie Prince Charlie A Tale of Fontenoy and Culloden by G. A. Henty
  3. " I was only going to- going to- going to-" mumbled Joel, trying to burrow past her hands, and get into the comforting lap. – The Adventures of Joel Pepper by Margaret Sidney
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