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|bur·row (bûr, br)|n.
1. A hole or tunnel dug in the ground by a small animal, such as a rabbit or mole, for habitation or refuge.
2. A narrow or snug place.
v. bur·rowed, bur·row·ing, bur·rows
a. To dig a hole or tunnel for habitation or refuge.
b. To live or hide in such a place.
2. To move or progress by or as if by digging or tunneling: Suddenly the train is burrowing through the pinewoods (William Styron).
1. To make by or as if by tunneling.
2. To dig a hole or tunnel in or through.
3. Archaic To hide in or as if in a burrow.
[Middle English borow.]
burrow·er n. |burrow|
summer burrow of a woodchuck A. entrance B. spy hole C. excrement chamber D. nest