How to use Dig-deep in a sentence

dig-deep
  • They invited the whole town, and the wealthy were asked to dig deep for charity.

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  • These funny looking fish actually dig deep burrows in the sandy seabed.

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  • Simpson, who turned pro in July had to dig deep to win.

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  • Trust chairman and club vice-chairman Leigh Dineen explains why he believes fans should dig deep to help pay Britton's wages.

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  • The Amateurs now have to dig deep for their final fixture in order to stave off relegation.

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  • Trust chairman and club vice-chairman Leigh Dineen explains why he believes fans should dig deep to help pay Britton 's wages.

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  • You will have to dig deep to enjoy the luxurious splendors offered on these fancy voyages.

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  • To get in on all of the splashy fun offered by Sea World San Antonio you will have to dig deep.

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  • For the most part, Italy's pale straw-colored Pinot Grigio is often described as innocuous and one has to dig deep to find a descriptive adjective for this indistinct white wine.

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  • What's more, you don't have to dig deep into your pockets to make merry this season.

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  • If you really want to do your research, dig deep into the Corrie.net full character list database.

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  • This group includes browser hijackers which dig deep into your PC and attempt to use your PC for tasks of its own.

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  • Just because you have some doesn't mean you can't jog, but they will represent the challenges - that you will dig deep and overcome.

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