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artesian well a well dug through impermeable strata, reaching water that is under pressure.
burrow a hole or tunnel dug by certain animals, such as rabbits, for use as a hiding place or dwelling. [1/5 definitions]
digger (cap.) a member of any of several Indian tribes in the southwestern United States who dug roots for food. [1/3 definitions]
diggings materials that are dug out or excavated. [1/2 definitions]
dike a ditch, or bank of earth dug from a ditch, as to channel irrigation. [1/6 definitions]
foxhole a shallow pit dug to provide a quick, temporary shelter from enemy fire for one or two soldiers.
grave1 a hole dug in the ground for burying a dead body. [1/4 definitions]
moat a deep trench dug for defense around a castle, fort, medieval town, or the like, and usu. filled with water.
pit1 a comparatively wide and deep hole dug or existing in the ground. [1/14 definitions]
quarry1 a large open hole or pit dug for mining stone, marble, gravel, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
tomb a hole dug in earth or rock for the burial of one or more dead persons; grave. [1/3 definitions]
trench an excavation embanked on one side with the dirt dug from it, used as shelter and concealment from enemy fire. [1/8 definitions]
turf a piece of peat, cut or dug for use as fuel. [1/5 definitions]
well2 a deep hole dug in the ground for obtaining water, oil, gas, or other natural resources. [1/7 definitions]