noun. ['ˈdɪgz'] an excavation for ore or precious stones or for archaeology.
Rhymes with Digs
Sentences with digs
1. Verb, 3rd person singular present
The male digs a flat spot and leads the female to it where she lays hundreds of eggs.
2. Noun, plural
When your dog digs there, praise them verbally or with a treat to reinforce this new positive behavior.
Taproots are normally difficult to transplant since the primary root is very stable and digs far into the ground.
Quotes about digs
1. When a poet digs himself into a hole, he doesn't climb out. He digs deeper, enjoys the scenery, and comes out the other side enlightened.
- Criss Jami, Venus in Arms
2. The mind is the mine of man, wherein he digs out good or evil.
- Ogwo David Emenike, The Fortune in Failing: Decoding the Message of Failure
noun. ['ˈdɪgz'] temporary living quarters.
- living quarters
- natural object