Some animal has been digging in the garden.
They dug into the sand with their hands.
He dug down about 10 feet before he hit water. Dig a hole three feet deep.
The first step in building a house is to dig the foundation.
The prisoners escaped by digging a tunnel under the fence. digging clams on the beach
These detectives won't stop digging until they find out what happened. Noun
She gave me a dig in the ribs to get my attention.
She participated in a dig last summer. See More
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If not, take the initiative to dig deeper by answering questions like: How much of your identity is anchored in your job?—Elaine Welteroth, Anchorage Daily News, 2 Feb. 2023 Jolene Alves, captain of administration for the Cumberland Police Department, admired Scarlett’s eagerness to dig for answers.—Carlos R. Muñoz, BostonGlobe.com, 1 Feb. 2023 Some authorities have publicly criticized their counterparts for taking too long to dig into high-profile cases, with some even proposing revising the GDPR so major, large-scale investigations aren’t handled by one office alone.—Catherine Stupp, WSJ, 1 Feb. 2023 If not, take the initiative to dig deeper by answering questions like: How much of your identity is anchored in your job?—Elaine Welteroth, Washington Post, 31 Jan. 2023 Around the same time, some companies and foundations named after Nazis hired historians to dig into their honorees’ pasts.—Lev Golinkin, CNN, 31 Jan. 2023 Chancellor Olaf Scholz, after demurring for weeks over sending Germany's Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, looks set to dig his heels in over providing fighter jets.—Susie Blann, ajc, 30 Jan. 2023 Eventually, they were allowed to cross the river to dig the graves themselves.—Joshua Yaffa, The New Yorker, 30 Jan. 2023 Chancellor Olaf Scholz, after demurring for weeks over sending Germany’s Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, looks set to dig his heels in over providing fighter jets.—Susie Blann, Chicago Tribune, 30 Jan. 2023
One of her shadier comments was a dig at your husband being a sugar daddy.—Zoe Haylock, Vulture, 6 May 2022 Goldberg's cohost, Joy Behar, reminded the ladies that Kardashian has power thanks to her 335 million followers on Instagram, though Sunny Hostin responded with a dig at the mogul's acting chops.—Joey Nolfi, EW.com, 8 Dec. 2022 But her jokes weren't directly related to this personal news — rather her first line took a dig at the AACTAs itself.—Alicia Vrajlal, refinery29.com, 7 Dec. 2022 Harris took another dig at FTX, which owes over $3 billion to its 50 largest creditors, by saying his company was smart enough to not take on debt.—Dallas News, 22 Nov. 2022 Troy Aikman, the commentator standing beside Buck, responded with a dig at the Hoosiers.—Scott Horner, The Indianapolis Star, 27 Sep. 2022 Aloe Blacc was the host of the evening, starting the show with a dig at the Academy Awards for choosing not to televise best score, among other categories, live at the upcoming Oscars.—Beatrice Verhoeven, The Hollywood Reporter, 8 Mar. 2022 Beginning in 2020, volunteers have been assisting with the dig as part of a community archaeology project, known as Rendlesham Revealed.—David Kindy, Smithsonian Magazine, 10 Jan. 2022 In one of the treatment rooms at the spa, Karen, 58, chimed in on the drama with a dig at Gizelle, who organized the day in honor of pregnant costar Ashley Darby.—Ally Mauch, PEOPLE.com, 25 July 2021 See More
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