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dig out

verb as in deepen

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verb as in dislodge

verb as in scoop

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Example Sentences

As people from Chicago to New York dig out from a foot or more of snow, the second wave of an Arctic attack begins.

A new leader is required in the new year to dig out from the rubble of the Obamacare disaster.

Put on a scarf and mittens, dig out your car, get on your bike, strap on some skis, or head to the subway.

That makes the debt hole bigger before they even start to dig out.

Yesin hopes the investigation will “dig out the truth” and let his reporter go free.

I had expected the band to dig out hidden canoes and descend to the mouth of the Scioto.

And the best of it all is that the blackbirds soon got wise and stopped trying to dig out my corn.

Some of it he could understand readily enough; the rest of it he could dig out for himself.

After the way you've been treated here, I should think you'd be glad to cut the whole family and dig out.

"Wal, if I see or hear anythin' I'll knock the girl on the head an' we'll dig out of hyar," replied Anson, sullenly.


On this page you'll find 269 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dig out, such as: expand, dig, dredge, excavate, extend, and hollow.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.