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unearth

verb [T] uk   /ʌnˈɜːθ/  us   /-ˈɝːθ/
to discover something in the ground: Building at the site was halted after human remains were unearthed earlier this month. to discover proof or some other information, especially after careful searching: A private detective has apparently unearthed some fresh evidence.
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