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un- +‎ earth

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unearth (third-person singular simple present unearths, present participle unearthing, simple past and past participle unearthed)

  1. To drive or draw from the earth.
    to unearth a fox or a badger
  2. To uncover or find; to bring out from concealment
    to unearth a secret
    Synonyms: bring to light, disclose, unfold
  3. To dig up.

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