An example of a trove is the collection of expensive jewelry inside a secret deposit box.
Origin of troveShort for (treasure-)trove
- A treasure trove; a collection of treasure.
Originally in the phrase treasure trove, from Anglo-Norman tresor trovÃ© 'found treasure'; postnominal adjective later reinterpreted as head noun.
- Whether you want to advancea fledging professional photo career, or you have just segued into the market after taking related college courses, digital photo books can be a treasure trove of practical information.
- However, what many shoppers do not realize is that specialty stores, like bridal stores, pageant stores and boutiques, can be a real treasure trove of lower priced but high quality petite sized formal garments.
- Pook-a-Looz has provided Disney with a new-found treasure trove as they tap into decades of beloved classic characters like Snow White as well as newer stars such as Miss Piggy.
- Along with producing dozens of unique cake pans and creative decorating tools, the company maintains a website that is a treasure trove of information for cake decorators.
- The ever-growing online auction site is a treasure trove of architectural salvage, new building supplies, and the down right quirky items that make a room your own.