\ ˈtrōv How to pronounce trove (audio) \

Definition of trove

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

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Also joining the app will be 250 hours of National Geographic content and a trove of Disney Channel programming. Meg James, The Seattle Times, "Disney announces Disney+ will launch November 12, at $6.99 a month," 11 Apr. 2019 The result would be no mere picture but a trove of pixels against which to test our ideas about gravity, relativity and the behavior of matter in extremis. Alan Hirshfeld, WSJ, "Book Review: Feeling Gravity’s Pull," 16 Nov. 2018 Yeah, that happened — and a trove of new documents, released Friday by Senate Democrats, give us a little clearer picture of what exactly was going on with Mr. Cohen and Novartis. Dylan Scott, Vox, "Michael Cohen’s mysterious communiques with a big pharma company, explained," 13 July 2018 Highlights of the course are challenging play, well groomed greens, broad fairways and a trove of water features. Joan Westlake, azcentral, "Elevated choices in Pine Canyon luxury golf community," 27 Apr. 2018 Buy Photo Benjamin Lay was an 18th century vegetarian hunchbacked dwarf who lived in caves around Abington with his wife, also a dwarf, and a trove of hundreds of books. Kristin E. Holmes,, "Cast out by the Quakers, Abington's abolitionist dwarf finally has his day," 18 Apr. 2018 The theoretical value of that data extends beyond the outcomes of individual students: The new materials also provide a trove of previously unavailable data. Laura Mckenna, The Atlantic, "Why Students Are Still Spending So Much for College Textbooks," 26 Jan. 2018 His arrest is the latest twist in a nine-year saga that began when WikiLeaks released a huge trove of classified documents that presented a bleak view of the Afghanistan war. Aruna Viswanatha, WSJ, "WikiLeaks Founder Arrested, Charged With Computer-Hacking Conspiracy," 11 Apr. 2019 Working with researchers at the Global Intellectual Property Enforcement Center, or GIPEC, the Digital Citizens Alliance amassed a trove of evidence documenting terrorist activity on these online platforms. Issie Lapowsky, WIRED, "Gruesome Jihadi Content Still Flourishes on Facebook and Google+," 17 May 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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