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noun as in one who digs

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Just as they were about to open a third crate, grave diggers chased them off.

Several boats have been at work trying to pull the Ever Given away from the banks, while diggers have been seen on the shore trying to move earth.

Iron deposits along the inside suggest the digger must have been long and slender.

Sharing space with tastemakers like Yung Baby Tate, Brent Faiyaz and serpentwithfeet will no doubt add new facets to his own capabilities and inspire him to dig digger into his talent.

Iron deposits along the inside suggest the digger must have been long and slender and used mucus to reinforce the walls.

In straight relationships with an age gap, words like ‘gold-digger’ and ‘trophy wife’ get thrown around.

A “komitetchik par excellence,” a man of “outstanding mediocrity,” and “the grave digger of the revolution.”

You go for your gold-digger lessons, then you go get waxed and tanned.

Was it really, as I suspected, ordered on a whim by some yahoo who was deeply affected by a childhood encounter with Grave Digger?

I tell him all the time, “You know ‘Gold Digger’ is your biggest.”

His drill-like nose, his powerful fore-legs and big, strong feet all served to make him the fastest digger in Pleasant Valley.

No true worker, be he digger, or divine, blends real work with either smoking or drinking.

A grave-digger was carrying one of these deceased angels to the churchyard, when he stept into a tavern to take a dram.

There was little risk of their being interrupted by any honest digger, for it was the middle of the day.

Robinson also made friends with the women, in particular with one Mary McDogherty, wife of a very unsuccessful digger.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to digger, such as: miner, mole, and spade.

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