Recent Examples of trove from the Web
But with its treasure trove of architecture, art (and tapas, too), Zaragoza is worth a closer look.
A treasure trove of personal data School districts around the country have been hit with cyber attacks in recent years.
Colorado is home to a treasure trove of craft breweries — the second most in the nation — but 10 stand above the crowd.
Taken as a whole, this vast trove of smut is the Kinsey Report of our time, shedding light on the multiplicity of erotic desires and sexual behaviors in our midst.
A past owner found a trove of Castle’s drawings in the walls of the house in 2010.
The Royals traded a trove of top prospects for Johnny Cueto and Ben Zobrist in 2015.
While the answer is surely some combination of the three, the documentary is a fascinating and uplifting treasure trove of wisdom from your favorite nonagenarian icons, including Betty White, Dick Van Dyke, and Norman Lear.
Getty Today's Senate hearing of former FBI Director James Comey provided a treasure trove of blockbuster revelations, memes, jokes, and strange moments.
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Origin and Etymology of trove
short for treasure trove
First Known Use: 1888See Words from the same year
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