hoarder

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From Middle English horder, hordere (a keeper of a store of goods), from Old English hordere (a treasurer, steward, chamberlain), equivalent to hoard +‎ -er.

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hoarder (plural hoarders)

  1. One who hoards; one who accumulates, collects, and stores, especially one who does so to excess.
    Synonym: hoardy

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