digger

  1. a laborer who digs
  2. a machine for excavating

Digger

• (n.) One who, or that which, digs.
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digger

noun a laborer who digs
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Digger

[Bottom] `Digger` is the first episode of the second series of British TV sitcom Bottom. It was first broadcast on 1 October 1992. ==Synopsis == After visiting a dating agency, Richie and his `Butler`, Jives (Eddie) prepare to entertain aristocracy, with Richie having sold his kidney on the black market to afford the caviar and the dinner j...
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Digger

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Digger

[Mascot] ===Swallow aviary design=== Category:Featured picture nominations Category:Featured picture nominations/March 2009 ...
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Digger

[mascot] Basketball at San Diego State University. ...
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Digger

[nickname] Digger is a nickname for: ...
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Digger

[soldier] Digger is a military slang term for soldiers from Australia and New Zealand. Evidence of its use has been found in those countries as early as the 1850s, but its current usage in a military context did not become prominent until World War I when Australian and New Zealand troops began using it on the Western Front around 1916–17...
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Digger

[video game] Digger is a Canadian computer game released by Windmill Software in 1983 for the IBM PC. ==Gameplay== Many features of Digger are similar to those in the arcade games Mr. Do! and Dig Dug. As in those games, the player is placed in an underground maze, and can dig horizontal and vertical tunnels through it. At least one tunnel a...
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Digger

Dig'ger noun One who, or that which, digs. Digger wasp (Zoology) , any one of the fossorial Hymenoptera.
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Digger

A club whose loft angle is such that the sole's leading edge is substantially lower than its trailin
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Digger

any of a group of agrarian communists who flourished in England in 1649–50 and were led by Gerrard Winstanley (q.v.) and William Everard. In April ... [6 related articles]
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Digger

Digger was old British army slang for the guard-room.
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Digger

Member of an English 17th-century radical sect that attempted to seize and share out common land. The Diggers became prominent in April 1649 when, headed by Gerrard Winstanley, they set up...
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Digger

Member of an English 17th-century radical sect that attempted to seize and share out common land. The Diggers became prominent in April 1649 when, headed by Gerrard Winstanley, they set up communal colonies near Cobham, Surrey, and elsewhere. The Diggers wanted to return to what they claimed was a `golden age` before the Norman Conque...
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digger

[n] - a laborer who digs
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