American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A machine, such as a bulldozer or backhoe, that is used for digging or pushing earth.
- n. A vehicle designed to excavate or transport earth in large quantities.
“The video is so stupid that it doesn't deserve this many words earthmover”
“Free tip, earthmover: you actually * aren't* allowed to directly insult me.”
“Outside, next to the trenches, they found an earthmover, and they put a rubber hose into its tank and siphoned fuel into canisters.”
“He has a small earthmover, a winch for hoisting up copper, pneumatic drills and compressors.”
“The Zibo killings came just two days after a man in Hebei province to the west went on a rampage at the wheel of his earthmover, smashing vehicles and buildings and leaving 17 dead.”
“The company increased replacement truck tires by 7% in North America on Feb. 1 and is also raising car and light truck and earthmover tire prices.”
“I promised not to rush him, even though I know a landscaper with an earthmover could shred the weeds, groom the hill with top soil and spread grass seed in 72 hours.”
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“If it was possible, it should be repealed. earthmover”
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