She will unearth more than their remains in a quest that becomes a journey of baleful discovery and painful self-discovery.
I think that soon such a nonviolent revolution will unearth, or reaffirm, facts of extreme importance.
To unearth what you need, put a minus sign in front of any terms you want excluded from your search.
Harris is not the first to unearth this history, although no one else has done it so thoroughly.
They contain dozens of blurred out media photos that Bartiromo wants to unearth.
The profuse family use of adjectives and verbs, which they unearth for themselves, was very entertaining.
I might continue my search, and unearth other rifles, or perhaps cartridges.
There are dozens of things lying buried in your old library, but you won't take the trouble to unearth them.
Where in the world did you unearth that man you introduced us to, at the bazaar?
Inquiry of the children skating along the sidewalk may unearth him.