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  • verb archaic Simple past tense and past participle of dig.

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Examples

  • Actually, this is the first link that I have ever "digged".

    Who can resist a panda?

  • I had 'digged' for a long time with a fellow called

    Scottish Ghost Stories

  • In the palmy days of work, before the firm smashed, they had aspired to what might properly be called diggings; and, moreover, had "digged" in respectable surroundings.

    The Sorcery Club

  • The word by some is supposed to mean only "digged," and it doubtless often had this meaning, [211: 1] though the word is now obsolete, and only survives with us in "pioneer," which, in Shakespeare's time, meant

    The plant-lore & garden-craft of Shakespeare

  • The more radical Diggers, wanted those who 'digged' the land, to own it.

    Greek News

  • Comments made by other Digg users can also be "digged" (to give a higher rating), or "buried" to give a lower rating, much like in yahoo answers.

    Bookmarking Social

  • I really digged your writing in general and I wish to have the opportunity of reading more of you.

    Venezuela bans violent video games: a first-person guest essay - Boing Boing

  • One of the days during the contest i forgot my fishing pole, so me and my brother grabbed a rope off of a toy set thing, like with the swings and climbing rope, we took that rope off and found some old fishing line, and the we found a hook in the water, which was really rusty. .we digged for a while and found a worm.

    crazy ways you've caught fish

  • One of the days during the contest i forgot my fishing pole, so me and my brother grabbed a rope off of a toy set thing, like with the swings and climbing rope, we took that rope off and found some old fishing line, and the we found a hook in the water, which was really rusty. .we digged for a while and found a worm.

    crazy ways you've caught fish

  • There's a growing cultural obsession with being blogged, digged, tweeted and liked.

    The Insidious Evils of 'Like' Culture

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