May tip that waiter possibly, if he brings the grub up sharp.
This it uses to grub up roots and other things on which it lives.
Wild pig were very plentiful, and at night they would often grub up the ground a few yards from my hut.
Nor is it worth his while to grub up the old roots; for you cannot plant a new orchard where an old one has decayed.
You need not set detectives to grub up my tragedy; it is a common enough weed in this world.
It is his part to clear and burn the forest, it is hers to grub up the rich mold, to plant and to weed.
If I grub up wild land, I shall hold it three years for pay.
They'll all come to court with what they can grub up in the way of brickbats—facts, if they can get 'em, lies, anyway!
They must grub up roots, or gather grass seeds, or catch wild animals—if they can.
He allows no strange dogs to prowl about the place, and grub up his buried bones.