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  • n. Plural form of hoarder.

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Examples

  • Known as hoarders, the victims reportedly found it difficult to part with their belongings.

    Video report: How to jettison your junk

  • Examining this image, we dimly recognize something strangely familiar, till at length we recall those obsessive urbanites known as "hoarders," people whose entire apartments are crammed with knickknacks, news clippings, memorabilia.

    The Heirloom City

  • Most people identified as hoarders go to great lengths to keep their menageries hidden from the outside world.

    mental_floss Blog

  • The premise of the show is to document the lives of people with OCD or "hoarders" as they're called, and their attempt to get help and clean up their homes.

    ebates

  • Dante Alighieri reserved the fourth circle of hell for "hoarders" and

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  • The hoarding homeowner makes the final decision on what goes and what stays, and because it is often difficult for "hoarders" to let go of their stuff, a therapist is on site to help.

    OnMilwaukee.com

  • Unfortunately, the "hoarders" started to hoard even more and refused to circulate their money.

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  • These "well meaning" individuals otherwise known as "hoarders" should be prosecuted for animal cruelty.

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  • These are the 'hoarders' who keep a steady stash of cash but live in fear of things going wrong.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Ultimately I really don't know whether this characteristic has something to do with the way the art looks all together or if they should be doing a "hoarders" intervention on collectors.

    Deep Fried Kudzu

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