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noun as in ascertainment

noun as in detection

noun as in excavation

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noun as in locating

noun as in mining

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This has produced an unearthing of the unequal and unfair policing of African Americans rampant across this nation.

Their descendants are unearthing graveyards to reclaim a piece of history.

His grandmother, who is a great through line in his process for unearthing his father, is checked into Resurrection hospital.

On May 1, 2011, many months after unearthing the compound, Maya is ecstatic to learn the Navy Seals are finally going in.

But I think he very quietly goes about turning things over and unearthing things that need patience and a little bit of restraint.

There is no surer way of unearthing financial skeletons than by searching County Court records.

Milnes was always unearthing new coins and trying to give them currency.

She had been unearthing clothes for the little heathen, and Bud helped to put them on.

The joy of Beringer on unearthing these proofs of the immediate agency of the finger of God in creating fossils knew no bounds.

It was a gradual unearthing and examination of this evidence that at length revealed to the world the astounding plot.


On this page you'll find 153 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unearthing, such as: detection, determination, find, finding, and uncovering.

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