Hoard vs. horde
A word I've seen used incorrectly a couple of times lately:
A horde is a teeming crowd or thong, a swarm, a horde of people. The Columbia Guide to Standard American English says the term is pejorative: "A horde of this sort is probably dangerous."
A hoard is a supply or fund stored up and often hidden away, a stash, a hoard of Halloween candy. It can also be a verb, to keep (as one's thoughts) to oneself, he liked to hoard his money.
Whored just doesn't come up too often in my work.