Definition of hoard :
1. A store, stock, or quantity of anything accumulated or laid up; a hidden supply; a treasure; as, a hoard of provisions; a hoard of money.
2. See Hoarding, 2.
3. To collect and lay up; to amass and deposit in secret; to store secretly, or for the sake of keeping and accumulating; as, to hoard grain.
4. To lay up a store or hoard, as of money.
memory cache, gather, cumulate, squirrel away, garner, roll, compose, pull together, amass, compile, wrap up, stash, pick up, reservoir, pull in, roll up, call for, bundle up, gather up, lay away, pile up, heap up, collect, reserve, stack up, stock, wealth, backlog, inventory, furl, store up, nest egg, hive up, take in, bundle, conglomerate, hoard up, aggregate
store (part of speech: verb)
hayloft, storehouse, accumulate, safe, bin, warehouse, repository, corncrib, armory, cupboard, storeroom, bank, store, cellar, lumberyard, cache, depot, emporium, treasure, depository, supermarket, crib, library, market, deposit, grocery, mart, granary, coffer, arsenal, stockpile, vault, save, larder, accumulation, buttery, storage, closet, commissary, locker, archive, silo
treasury (part of speech: noun)
- With head bent low, and cheeks aglow, He viewed the groaning board, For he wondered if the chef would show The treasures of his hoard, When a voice behind him whispered low, " Sherry or 'ock, my lord?"
- Here are some wax candles; hoard them like gold. - "Strange True Stories of Louisiana", George Washington Cable.
- Such title, as exists to Parmenter's hoard, is in me, and I am not minded to relinquish it without a struggle. - "In Her Own Right", John Reed Scott.