dig[ dig ]SEE DEFINITION OF dig
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIG
As a matter of fact, we dig a gulf between the material and the spiritual which does not exist.
Now I will make you dig, dig, dig, to the very depths of the earth to bring me gold!
They had to dig around them carefully, so that Dr. Schliemann might see what they were.
But during this work of many weeks he had taught his workmen how to dig.
With better tools we will proceed to dig into these mounds and discover what they contain.
In fact, Gryphus was beginning to dig the soil with his crooked fingers.
All her doors were blocked up, and she lived alone, so there was no one to dig her out.
At length, it was suggested that the letters were not initials, but the complete word, DIG.
Then he began to dig about it carefully to keep from spoiling the honey.
When they're dead you dig big trenches and you pile 'em in like dogs!
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DIG
- bid for
- do one's best
- drive at
- go for
- go for broke
- hammer away
- have a crack
- have a shot at
- have a swing at
- make a run at
- make an effort
- peg away
- pour it on
- take on
- take pains