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Sentence count:45+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-17Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: excavateturn upSimilar words: dighung upring uphang updig indig outbring upfigureMeaning: v. find by digging in the ground. 
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1. You would have to dig up the plant yourself.
2. The children helped their parents to dig up potatoes.
3. Can you dig up any money?
4. Where did you dig up the fresh evidence?
5. Newspapers love to dig up scandal.
6. Dig up your geraniums before the first frosts.Sentence dictionary
7. Public utilities dig up roads to lay pipes.
8. I'll dig up that plant and move it.
9. See what you can dig up on this man's past.
10. A special group was organized to dig up the particulate of the case.
11. We should be able to dig up enough money for your ticket.
12. They tried to dig up something from his past to spoil his chances of being elected.
13. Or helping politicians dig up dirt on their opponents.
14. They collect seeds and wild berries, and dig up secret hoards of grain.
15. The waiters' spoons dig up down up down in the great trifle on the world-famous dessert trolley.
16. Librarians research facts and dig up needed footage that is filed in a tape room.
17. Elliott's decision to dig up some rather feeble research and focus on the negative is a shining example of this.
18. My guess is that you could dig up wacky facts about any animal, fruit or mineral you choose to look at.
19. Where are we going to dig up the money?
20. Taxpayers had to dig up to keep the unemployed on relief.
21. I am happy to dig up some evidence regarding the case.
22. The jeweler was able to dig up the ring we wanted.
23. Or is this the time to bring home a few ingots, dig up the cellar and bury them under the floor?
24. Just imagine him saying that to a reporter trying to dig up more dirt ... trying to stir it up a bit.
25. The hind limbs were strong and apparently adapted for scratch-digging, and Hyperodapedon could presumably dig up edible tubers and roots.
26. He says that they need protection against baiters who try to dig up the sets.
27. The bush was too firmly rooted in the hard earth to dig up easily.
28. I thought I'd just go walkabout and see what I can dig up.
29. I phone carpenters and painters, and a funny little man with glasses to dig up my garden.
30. There were reports that his campaign team had been trying to dig up information that might discredit his rival.
More similar words: dighung upring uphang updig indig outbring upfigurespring upfatiguedigitalfigure outfigure inambiguousintriguedindigenousprestidigitation
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