diggings

[ dig-ingz for 1–3; dig-uh nz for 4 ]SEE DEFINITION OF diggings

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These are not exactly what we should call 'diggings' in London, are they?

In Brazil the diggings were not so extensive nor so rich as in this state.

It is this that forces us to seek his diggings, to trace, if possible, his footsteps.

The diggings were in the mountain side at varying distances.

The very time that he swore he was on his way from San Francisco to the diggings!

In May of that year there were about a hundred men at the diggings in the Vaal fields.

We learned from her that she was the only womankind on the 'diggings.'

No chance that one of them pitched the thing into the diggings for an Earthside sensation?

He continued immediately, "You say this was found in the diggings in the ruins?"

I come down from the diggings with Mr. Overton this morning.

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