dig into

VERB
  1. examine physically with or as if with a probe
    probe an anthill
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How To Use dig into In A Sentence

  • They began to dig into the hill.
  • Persuading patients to dig into their own pockets is going to demand some intense salesmanship.
  • I felt a hand dig into my shoulder and then I was jerked from the car.
  • Muffin (Mini Size) are Anytime Treats. Dig into our Tempting Coffee Bean home-style selection of Cranberry, Banana, Chocolate Chip and Original Flavor.
  • Just dig into the roast turkey. Wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving!
  • She and her other two cast mates are left to dig into the naughty, calorific buffet.
  • Look for soft wicking materials in areas that make contact with your skin, and a belt that's wider at the back and tapered toward the front so as not to dig into the hips.
  • BLOCK: So the bigger picture: Ben & Jerry's wants you to have a clear conscience as you dig into that Chunky Monkey: banana ice cream, fudge chunks, walnuts and a little alkalized cocoa. Ben & Jerry's No Longer Claiming To Be 'All Natural'
  • If you're itching to hang some quality beef on your back and are not afraid of man-sized pain and hard work, then let's dig into the blueprint and say good-bye forever to that beanpole in the mirror.
  • The thick pile gives her bare, silver-polished toes something to dig into as she walks half-naked over to the mirror.
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