unbury


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unbury

(ʌnˈbɛrɪ)
vb (tr) , -buries, -burying or -buried
1. to dig up (that which was buried); unearth
2. to bring to light; unearth
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Synopsis: Lincoln's Diary is a fast paced story about a young woman's determination to unbury secrets, including the disappearance of a private Lincoln diary her mysterious grandfather once owned.
UNBURY THIS TREATY (The Washington Post, Washington)
Wilbur Martin, Willie, has been haunting the tree house for decades, hoping for someone to unbury the leg he lost in a mining accident and move it to where the rest of his body is buried.