excavator

[ eks-kuh-vey-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF excavator

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Of course Dr. Munro nowhere suggests that any excavator is the guilty “faker.”

These have as yet been untouched by the spade of the excavator.

At one time the male, at another the female, is the excavator.

Intuitively that excavator's sense of his defined the direction.

No doubt there is frequently new material discovered; the excavator may in a month's digging find stuff for years of speculation.

The small cavity seemed as large as a half bushel; the excavator more the size of an ax; and the sound was equally magnified.

That is, he said he was an excavator, but I never saw anything before that looked at all like him.

The principal barrow has recently been opened by Fauvel: few or no relics, as vases, etc. were found by the excavator.

The peasants laboured enthusiastically, but to the excavator's disgust the Turkish authorities forbade him to proceed.

The excavation has been effected by hand, by dredging, and by the Couvreux excavator, figured as below in Engineering.

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archaeologist

nounstudent of the physical remains of ancient cultures or eras

archaeologists

nounstudent of the physical remains of ancient cultures or eras
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