Definition for digged (2 of 3)
verb (used without object), dug or (Archaic) digged, dig·ging.
verb (used with object), dug or (Archaic) digged, dig·ging.
- to dig trenches, as in order to defend a position in battle.
- to maintain one's opinion or position.
- to start eating.
- to remove earth or debris from by digging.
- to hollow out by digging.
- to find by searching: to dig out facts for a term paper.
- to discover in the course of digging.
- to locate; find: to dig up information.
Origin of dig1
Definition for digged (3 of 3)
verb (used with object), dug, dig·ging. Slang.
Origin of dig2
Examples from the Web for digged
The fount was in him from the first; but it bubbled forth before he had digged a definite channel for it.Kentucky Poems|Madison J. Cawein
I have digged, and drunk water, and have dried up with the sole of my foot, all the rivers shut up in banks.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various
"They fell into the pit they themselves had digged," said the Tribune, in a firm but hollow voice.Rienzi|Edward Bulwer Lytton
And all the Egyptians digged round about the river for water to drink; for they could not drink of the water of the river.The Evolution of Old Testament Religion|W. E. Orchard
He pitched away the wood, digged wide and deep, dragged the cauldron out of the earth, and they took it home.Russian Fairy Tales|R. Nisbet Bain