Definition of Sandhog

1. Noun. (slang) a person employed to dig tunnels. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sandhog

1. a worker who digs or works in sand [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sandhog

sandgrounders
sandgrouse
sandgrouses
sandheap
sandheaps
sandhi
sandhill
sandhill-crane
sandhill crane
sandhill cranes
sandhiller
sandhillers
sandhills
sandhis
sandhoff disease
sandhog (current term)
sandhogs
sandhopper
sandhoppers
sandier
sandiest
sandifer syndrome
sandily
sandiness
sandinesses
sanding
sanding sheet
sandings
sandish
sandiver

Literary usage of Sandhog

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1. The Composition of technical papers: By Homer Andrew Watt by Homer Andrew Watt (1917)
"But the unfortunate "sandhog," the crouching, sweating digger of earth inside the ... More baffling still, the constitution and endurance of Mr. sandhog ..."

2. Expository Writing: Materials for a College Course in Exposition by Analysis by Maurice Garland Fulton (1912)
"But the unfortunate "sandhog," the crouching, sweating digger of earth inside the ... More baffling still, the constitution and endurance of Mr. sandhog ..."

3. ...With the Men who Do Things by Alexander Russell Bond (1913)
"Danny was glad enough to get dry clothing on, and for once he went directly to the sandhog house, where he wrapped himself in blankets and drank hot coffee ..."

4. The Composition of technical papers: By Homer Andrew Watt by Homer Andrew Watt (1917)
"But the unfortunate "sandhog," the crouching, sweating digger of earth inside the ... More baffling still, the constitution and endurance of Mr. sandhog ..."

5. Expository Writing: Materials for a College Course in Exposition by Analysis by Maurice Garland Fulton (1912)
"But the unfortunate "sandhog," the crouching, sweating digger of earth inside the ... More baffling still, the constitution and endurance of Mr. sandhog ..."

6. ...With the Men who Do Things by Alexander Russell Bond (1913)
"Danny was glad enough to get dry clothing on, and for once he went directly to the sandhog house, where he wrapped himself in blankets and drank hot coffee ..."

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