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synonyms for unearthed

  • ascertain
  • bring to light
  • determine
  • discover
  • dredge up
  • excavate
  • exhibit
  • exhume
  • expose
  • find
  • find out
  • reveal
  • uncover
  • delve
  • disinter
  • ferret
  • hear
  • learn
  • root
  • see
  • show
  • spark
  • spotlight
  • strike
  • uproot
  • catch on
  • hit upon
  • see the light
  • stumble on
  • turn up
  • unbury
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antonyms for unearthed

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  • conceal
  • cover
  • hide
  • lose
  • miss
  • pass by
  • suppress
  • ignore
  • overlook
  • bury
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How to use unearthed in a sentence

The first pieces of Ardi’s partial skeleton — including much of the skull, hands, limbs and pelvis — were found the following year, about 100 kilometers south of where Lucy had been unearthed.
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Using grants from the National Institutes of Health, researchers at Stanford University unearthed this B cell technology in the 1970s and 1980s.
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On the show, Lewis, Libby and Keatts pulled out gems from a treasure trove of data unearthed by the poll.
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That means there is no longer a possibility that the hospital trial had unearthed an unexpected safety problem that could spill over into non-hospitalized patients, where the antibody has shown promising results.
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By all rights, a team like this shouldn’t have been close to the playoffs at all, but Tampa Bay has long had a knack for unearthing hidden gems.
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He went into the nursery, unearthed the now-disused Noah's Ark, and sucked the paint off as many animals as remained.
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Fine specimens are found in Florida and some elaborately carved have been unearthed in Virginia.
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The cymbals which he unearthed and presented to me are still kept at the Conservatoire.
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The next morning the sketch, unearthed from some dusty heap or other, was on his plate when he came down to breakfast.
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Under its streets and in yards hundreds of dead were buried to be now and again, in after years, unearthed.
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WORDS RELATED TO UNEARTHED

  • ascertained
  • detected
  • disclosed
  • disinterred
  • espied
  • explored
  • exposed
  • famous
  • happened upon
  • identified
  • invented
  • learned
  • observed
  • opened
  • originated
  • perceived
  • presented
  • real
  • recognized
  • revealed
  • searched out
  • shown
  • sighted
  • spotted
  • unearthed
  • unlocked
  • unveiled
  • well-known
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