Thesaurus / dug up
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As soon as I learned my error in the price I'd have dug up another ten cents.
THE ROADJACK LONDON
Soon Barty saw he had dug up the root of the green leaves and it looked like a nice potato.
BARTY CRUSOE AND HIS MAN SATURDAYFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
Eyvind had a great gold ring, which was called Molde, that had been dug up out of the earth long since.
HEIMSKRINGLASNORRI STURLASON
The rustic had dug up these instruments of death which occasionally had exploded their delayed charge in his hands.
I was doubtful about the corn, so I dug up a kernel, and I found it sprouted, and I put it back and covered it.
THE CLAMMER AND THE SUBMARINEWILLIAM JOHN HOPKINS
The head and throat had the massive look of a marble fragment stained to one even tone and dug up from Attic earth.
THE BRANDING IRONKATHARINE NEWLIN BURT
Dey dug up de dirt under old smokehouses and biled it to git out de salt.
Mr. Pomeroy went and dug up the cannon that had been buried, and surrendered it to Jones.
I dug up a fragment of tar-seam from the dark corners of the cabin under my bunk.
Beneath the crucifix, on a table, lay a human skull, which looked as if it might have been dug up out of some old grave.
THE MARBLE FAUN, VOLUME II.NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE

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