You can't make fun of him, at him, or with him; he's a grave digger; but you can trust him.
The grave digger leaned on his spade for a bit of professional talk.
Death standing in a grave pulls the grave digger towards him by the leg.
"Kidio, the grave digger, as our natives call him," Finnerty added.
"He that regardeth the clouds shall not reap," replied the grave digger, still plying his spade.
A grave digger, with the flesh of face and arms dried to the bone, appeared.
There would be just the grave digger, a few people, and some of the boys.
What a contemplation for a sentient being; watching the grave digger hollowing out his own charnel-house!
Some years after, the grave digger, in making another grave, dug into Launcelot's.
The grave digger was at once suspected, and upon arrest, made confession.