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Synonyms for unearth

Synonyms for unearth

to find by investigation

Synonyms for unearth

bring to light

Related Words

recover through digging

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In light of the directions of the Supreme Court, we have constituted a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to unearth the black money.
Intelligence Wing initiates liaison with the UK & Canada to unearth drug trafficking network
The team plans to unearth nine cannons that were used in the war 97 years ago.
Unearth performs with Stick To Your Guns, Veil of Maya, Carnifex, The Ghost Inside and Stray From the Path at 6:20 p.
As bulldozers worked in the background Thursday, about 10 archaeologists used trowels and brushes to unearth the latest -- and so far largest -- cluster of grave sites.
Organisers of the big dig, at the site of the medieval village of East Marton, were hoping to unearth the cottage where Captain Cook once lived.
Henry Prior, president and CEO of Power Financial Credit Union, will unearth a time capsule that was buried 25 years ago with these special guests:
Steve said he had been inspired to keep up his hobby after his trusty Garret Ace 250 metal detector helped him unearth the axe head.
Global Banking News-July 6, 2011--Auditors unearth fraud at Indian microfinance institution(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
Sales are soaring for Regton Ltd, in Newtown, from customers hoping to unearth their own treasure.
We must unearth the villains who are ruining football.
So next time you're digging the garden or digging up a factory floor keep your eyes peeled for you never know what you might unearth.
For two years they scraped away frozen soil to unearth a 47-year old male wooly mammoth.
A BIRMINGHAM metal detector store is experiencing a rush of customers hoping to unearth their own piece of treasure.
Reinhard and his crew unearth a total of three frozen bodies--two girls and a boy who died between the ages of 8 and 15 years old.