Examples of dig out in a Sentence
she dug her old art supplies out of the basement
without saying where she was going, the young woman dug out early the next morning
Recent Examples of dig out from the Web
The pocket-sized gadget packs up halfway through the medley, forcing the pastor to dig out a spare.
The app is easy to use, and because transactions are completed online, there is no need to dig out cash or a credit card.
Wokeness and policy change are start, but not enough to dig out the full infection.
As residents were still digging out from that snow, a second storm hit the Northeast late last week.
Catonsville’s girls basketball team will play for its second straight Class 4A state champion Saturday, but the Comets had to dig out of a 17-point deficit in the semifinal to get there.
That meant digging out the center strip of the new asphalt last week.
Some time before, the National Guard and the reserve unit were moved to North Carolina, partly to give the impression of military readiness, and perhaps to be assigned to dig out cities and start reconstruction.
Pause 0:37 Man dug out of snow following avalanche at California ski resort 3:51 Most Americans Want More Gun Control.
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First Known Use of dig out
dig out Synonyms
bail, bail out, begone, bug off, bug out, buzz (off), clear out, cut out, depart, exit, get, get off, go, go off, move, pack (up or off), part, peel off, pike (out or off), pull out, push off, push on, quit, run along, sally (forth), shove (off), step (along), take off, vamoose, walk out;
beat it, hit the road, pull stakes (or pull up stakes), take a hike (also take a walk), take a powder;
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