- v. Simple past tense and past participle of squirrel.
“I've got some coin squirreled away for that day, as I intend to be the first one in line that morning.”
“Why, Barbara asked a friend last month, had Baker "squirreled" himself away inside the White House instead of publicly defending her husband?”
“But every cent I can save is being squirreled away so that I can hire another agency to try to find my Matthew.”
“The duty skipper (sorry acting skipper) is squirreled away in the office never venturing out to meet the public, let alone nick a body.”
“You should have always squirreled away a thousand or two BEFORE tackling your debts in earnest ... that's how you stay on track when the inevitable yet unexpected car repair, medical procedure, etc hits you.”
“They tend to be small places squirreled away on winding streets, but they're clean, the food is terrific, and the prices are great.”
“Everyone knows that money invested in money funds generates better returns than money squirreled away in bank deposits.”
“Instead, nausea squirreled his insides, his balance was off-kilter, and darkness crouched at the corners of his vision.”
“Clothes are really cheap at goodwill shops, have some some spare garments squirreled away.”
“The administration squirreled away $6 billion when the economy was strong to help during tough fiscal times, but "this year we're using up the last of that $6 billion," Mr. Bloomberg said.”
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