dig is Accepted in TWL Scrabble Dictionary

dig Scrabble score: 5

Meaning of dig

  • advance by or as if by removing or pushing aside material
  • to break up and move earth
  • to form by removing material
  • hollow out or form by removing earth excavate dig a hole
  • to attack, work, or apply oneself voraciously, vigorously, or energetically
  • to break up, turn over, or loosen (earth)
  • excavation
  • to find by searching
  • work hard or laboriously
  • cutting remark
  • to hollow out by digging
  • to make one's way by digging
  • turn up, loosen, or remove earth
  • bring to light or out of hiding dig up facts
  • pay attention to notice dig that fancy hat
  • to excavate (to dig out) [v DUG or DIGGED, DIGGING, DIGS]
  • to dig trenches, as in order to defend a position in battle
  • to break up, turn, or loosen (as earth) with an implement
  • to locate; find
  • drive down so as to penetrate thrust
  • to uncover by removing earth
  • to start eating
  • to discover in the course of digging
  • prepare the soil of dig a garden
  • to maintain one's opinion or position
  • bring to the surface by digging unearth dig potatoes
  • to remove earth or debris from by digging
  • thrust