from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unearth.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • And "unearths" is the word: Researching this book was a near-archaeological task.

    "Showtime," Larry Stempel's history of Broadway musicals, reviewed by Lloyd Rose

  • * Failed conservative attack line of the day: Sam Stein unearths proof that the RNC, too, filed freedom of information requests on Dem presidential candidates.

    Happy Hour Roundup

  • What it really is, based on my understanding of neurology, is the critical analytical left brain working over everything the intuitive creative left brain unearths from the depths of the id and the subconscious (If I may be forgiven for resorting to Fraudian metaphors here for a moment) and turning it into something comprehensible by other mortals.

    breathe in, breathe out, move on

  • Cain unearths a mirror that Dream had hidden away for a bloody good reason.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • To encounter two French films, one day after the other, that deal with a sister whose twin brother has disappeared and the lack of family communication that this disappearance unearths, is unusual.

    GreenCine Daily: Rendez-Vous. 10.

  • Almost 100 years later, a quirky young American scientist unearths new evidence of this incredible discovery and its mysterious disappearance, assembling a group of explorers to resume the search, this time in the ocean's depths.

    'Shadow of the Cypress': History, mystery and Steinbeck

  • Going on nerve and Holy Spirit, she peels away the prisoner's layers of anguish, animal fear and depravity in an effort to--in more ways than one--save Poncelet; the process she unearths the live man made in God's image walking with something that looks like dignity to his death.

    Michele Somerville: Should Susan Sarandon Apologize For Calling The Pope A "Nazi?"

  • Their investigation unearths disturbing layers – about victims, potential victims, and suspects alike – plunging even deeper into the murky marsh’s enigmatic depths.

    Bones by Jonathan Kellerman: Book summary

  • Horn both unearths a fascinating, relatively unexplored aspect of American history ... and delivers a novel rich in human emotion and ambiguity.

    All Other Nights: Summary and book reviews of All Other Nights by Dara Horn.

  • It's a statement that subtly suggest the community's general scepticism in science, and Broomfield unearths compelling stuff about the role Palin's religious zeal may play in her politics and confidence; the local pastor suggests Palin believes she's a chosen one – and that humans and dinosaurs once co-existed.

    Sarah Palin: You Betcha! at Toronto film festival – review


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.