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Verb
To have come upon after searching, study, or effort
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“Joe angrily accused Don of trying to dig up dirt on him behind his back.”
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Past tense for to excavate something
“They told me some stories about what had happened to people who had wanted to dig up buried treasure in that area.”
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Past tense for to reveal or expose after a process of discovery
“You would think that reporters would dig up incisive, meaty, and relevant stories like these every other month of the year as well.”
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Past tense for to make (a hole or channel) by digging
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Past tense for to extract from under a surface or ground
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Past tense for to dig up (plants or root vegetables)
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Past tense for to bring to the surface, either literally or figuratively
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Past tense for to receive or raise funds or donations
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Past tense for to remove something from the earth by digging it up
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Past tense for to discover again, especially something previously lost or forgotten
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Past tense for to follow or pursue (a target)
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Past tense for to bring something to the surface with a dredge
Adjective
Bare or exposed without a covering or protection
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