- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dredge.
“But I thought the more notable aspect of the speech was that this was a term dredged up from the lowest and most radical blogospheric swamps, which have long used that term when discussing The Terrorists.”
“One day, on the mud-flat side of the Rock Wall, an Italian fishing boat hauled up on the sand dredged from the channel.”
“The harbor, a basin dredged in flats, was a series of wooden docks with slips for pleasure craft.”
“The EPA also permitted coal ash dredged from the Tennessee spill site to be transferred to a dry landfill in high-poverty areas in rural Alabama and Georgia.”
“Pickled radish and tea marbled eggs are some really simple recipes that I dredged from the internet pretty much on a whim.”
“The Jumeirah has been built from 80 million cubic metres of land dredged from the United Arab Emirates 'Jebel Ali port, whose approaches are being deepened to 17 metres.”
“Ten years ago, the Persian Gulf War again dredged up anti-Muslim, anti-Arabic fervor and again I was afraid.”
“* from sand dredged from the ocean, using oil to drive their power and air conditioning and chilled water for showers - yet all aimed at a rating of LEED Silver.”
“Her voice was blue and gold and blazing, bringing down a rain of audience gratefulness and coins dredged up from skimpy pockets.”
“Where a "dredged" scallop might cost $10, a Diver scallop could fetch at least twice that.”
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