Unearthed [verb]

Definition of Unearthed:

dig up

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Sentence/Example of Unearthed:

Haggerty lifted a rock which they had unearthed and thrown to one side.

She had unearthed her check book, and was writing words and figures as angular as herself.

I took a musty volume from Allen Clinton, which he had unearthed from its resting-place.

Indeed, he had been unearthed from a midnight carouse at a questionable restaurant.

After another quarter of an hour's work Barbados unearthed a bottle.

I unearthed the things I required, but lacked the courage to stay and put them on.

I repeat "my sanguine" expectations that "Junius" will yet be "unearthed."

He had unearthed Henry Adams who knew himself to be worthless and not current.

Anthony unearthed a college chum who was tally man at a sawmill.

The game having now been unearthed, the pack follow in full cry.