Definition of trove in English:

trove

Line breaks: trove
Pronunciation: /trəʊv
 
/

noun

A store of valuable or delightful things: the cellar contained a trove of rare wines
More example sentences
  • Today, these records offer troves of treasures to museum curators, anthropologists, and historians of science.
  • A long-sought trove of rare Beatles material reportedly found last month by a British tourist remained lost, a leading Beatles expert said.
  • I admit that I don't often go hunting for such troves - our house has only so much room to store them.

Origin

late 19th century: from treasure trove.

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