trove

noun
\ˈtrōv \

Definition of trove 

2 : a valuable collection : treasure also : haul, collection

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The financial issues stem from a $23-million loan taken out to bankroll the 2007 purchase of a trove of Lincoln and non-Lincoln artifacts. Ray Long, latimes.com, "An Illinois museum may need to auction off Abraham Lincoln memorabilia to pay off loan," 13 May 2018 Charity Kase’s Instagram is wild, as in an extreme trove of fantastical looks. Liana Satenstein, Vogue, "Charity Kase Is the London Drag Star Whipping Up Fantastical Looks," 5 Sep. 2018 The department has never given unfettered electronic access to the department’s vast trove of investigative reports to any outside law enforcement agency, Mr. Byrne said. New York Times, "Manhattan District Attorney Demands Access to Police Records," 8 July 2018 Friday's court filings followed a recent battle over a trove of Harvard data reviewed by lawyers during the discovery process. CBS News, "Harvard accused of ranking Asian-American applicants lowest on "personal qualities"," 15 June 2018 The building would still house police dispatch operations and records clerks, and would be renovated to store the agency's mounting troves of evidence, which are currently scattered throughout Anchorage. Devin Kelly, Anchorage Daily News, "Former downtown legislative office building may have a new tenant: the Anchorage Police Department," 5 June 2018 Each named after a service, each containing troves of information from my 10-plus years using Google products. Will Flannigan, azcentral, "What Google knows about me (and probably you, too)," 7 Apr. 2018 Should the resolution pass the House, broadband providers would be able to collect a trove of data—things like financial information and browsing history—from its users. Maya Kosoff, The Hive, "Senate Republicans Just Voted to Kill Internet Privacy," 23 Mar. 2017 The Cambridge Analytica trove included data on people who downloaded a personality-test app Mr. Kogan developed and some details about their friends. Georgia Wells, WSJ, "SEC Probes Why Facebook Didn’t Warn Sooner on Privacy Lapse," 12 July 2018

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First Known Use of trove

1888, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for trove

short for treasure trove

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Trouville

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trow

Trowbridge

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