1. A large piece of machinery that digs up holes.
  2. One who digs.
  3. (Colloquial. Australia) Commonly an Australian soldier. Derived from Australian Colonial goldfields terminology. The term represents the mateship of common interests and activities where most of the population were gold miners, and almost everybody was a mate, a "digger", with a common cause against the troopers, the traps, the mining licence inspectors. See also cobber.

6 letters in word "digger": D E G G I R.

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