Example sentences for: digging

How can you use “digging” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Schliemann, who discovered the site of Troy, used the evidence in Homer's Iliad to determine his digging site, where any ruins had long since disappeared from view.

  • But that also means that when confronted with the choice between doing a little extra digging and writing his way around a problem, he chooses the latter every time.

  • And while in theory that information could be--and sometimes is--the product of especially dedicated digging or sharp analysis, it's often the product of a phone call to a chief financial officer, or comes from a vice president who lets slip that the fourth quarter is looking especially good.

  • digging out the dandelions; readying ground for the next generation

  • The WP 's story emphasizes growing governmental concern, quoting Tony Blair's assessment that the West's economies "will not emerge from this turmoil without being affected by it," and a senior U.S. official's revelation that communications between Washington and Tokyo "are getting testier, and there is pessimism here about whether Japan has any conception about how to stop digging the hole it's in."


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