excavation

[ eks-kuh-vey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF excavation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCAVATION

The lode descends steeply, and the excavation must follow its course.

If it be as you suspect, I will know their reasons for making this excavation.

As the tunnel was deepened a new method of excavation was employed.

Soon after, I descended from the tree, and went to the excavation.

And it was Togi's excavation which brought Shann a first ray of hope.

Excavation in Palestine has failed to furnish examples of Hebrew work.

Falbe ceased digging his excavation in the pine-needles and looked up on Michael.

Excavation for the next section of the foundation was proceeding rapidly.

The brown water had risen an inch while he was in the excavation.

A derrick was being spun along the cableway, just above the excavation.

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