Synonyms for digs

Grammar : Noun, verb
Spell : dig
Phonetic Transcription : dɪg

Top 10 synonyms for digs Other synonyms for the word digs

Définition of digs

Origin :
  • "lodgings," slang attested from 1893, from dig.
  • noun insult
  • verb delve into; hollow out
  • verb thrust object into
  • verb investigate; discover
  • verb enjoy, like
  • verb understand
Example sentences :
  • And over at my digs I had it attached to a phonograph by a little invention of my own.
  • Extract from : « In a Little Town » by Rupert Hughes
  • As a capper he digs up that envelop, to show her there needn't be any hitch in the program.
  • Extract from : « Shorty McCabe » by Sewell Ford
  • First she digs a hole, in which she places the egg and pushes it well down.
  • Extract from : « Agriculture for Beginners » by Charles William Burkett
  • Mr. Scott digs up the poacher and cattle-stealers of the ancient Border.
  • Extract from : « Crotchet Castle » by Thomas Love Peacock
  • He digs light out of the ground and glows up the world with her own sap.
  • Extract from : « The Voice of the Machines » by Gerald Stanley Lee
  • His hens lay their eggs at random round a hole which he digs for the nest.
  • Extract from : « The Western World » by W.H.G. Kingston
  • The only thing that can be brought against him is the number of holes he digs.
  • Extract from : « The Burgess Animal Book for Children » by Thornton W. Burgess
  • Then he sees what it is makes the difference, digs the gulf.
  • Extract from : « Robert Elsmere » by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • He digs holes in the geranium bed to bury the bones you give him.
  • Extract from : « Ainslee's, Vol. 15, No. 6, July 1905 » by Various
  • The more one digs into the thing, the more black and misty it becomes.
  • Extract from : « The Slave of Silence » by Fred M. White

Antonyms for digs

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