- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of exhume.
“Such vilification exhumes the baneful and destructive pattern from our nation's past when the disenchanted seek scapegoats and turn their frustration into pernicious demonization.”
“No matter: accomplishing prodigious research and writing with an elegant vim befitting his “Old-Time Wild Man” subject, Sragow exhumes an obscured life and explicates an enduring oeuvre.”
“To the contrary, he exhumes an air of magnanimity and dignified humility.”
“Every year, by tacit agreement with the public, Hollywood is expected to produce at least one surprise hit, one out-of-nowhere dark horse or, in a pinch, one cunningly hyped movie that either exhumes a noted actor from the grave or greases the skids so some solid journeyman can ascend to the ranks of the Oscar Winners of yore.”
“The script also exhumes the quaint notion of promises and vows.”
“I asked a grumpy uncle of a friend of mine once about this, since he was one of those who dug up and relocated coffins from graves/graveyards-they are all busted when he exhumes the graves.”
“In an effort to find some good help, Skellor exhumes the parts of the schizophrenic android, Mr. Crane.”
“Quote, "The skull of the worthy Geronimo the terrible exhumes, now safe inside the T.”
“The move exhumes the lowest point in Dow Chemical's deal-making history: the attempt by two executives, Pedro Reinhard and Romeo Kreinberg, to sell the company in a $50 billion leveraged buyout in 2007 -- without telling Chief Executive Andrew Liveris or the company's board.”
“There's no more Weekend at Bernie's political strategy, he no longer exhumes her body to serve as proof of his pro-choice credentials as he did routinely when running for governor of Massachusetts.”
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