An admiral is standing by a candy machine at the Naval Academy in Annapolis when he stops a plebe walking by.
- "Sailor, do you have change for a dollar?"
- "Sure, buddy," - says the plebe, rooting around his pocket.
- "That"s no way to address an officer! Now let"s try it again. Do you have change for a dollar?"
The plebe snaps to attention and barks,
- "No, sir!"
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—v. (-gg-; past and past part. Dug) 1 (also absol.) Break up and remove or turn over (ground etc.).
- (foll. By up) break up the soil of (fallow land). - make (a hole, tunnel, etc.) By digging. - (often foll. By up, out) a obtain by digging. B (foll. By up, out) find or discover. C (foll. By into) search for information in (a book etc.). - (also absol.) Excavate (an archaeological site). - slang like; understand. - (foll. By in, into) thrust (a sharp object); prod or nudge. - (foll. By into, through, under) make one's way by digging. —n. - piece of digging. - thrust or poke. - colloq. Pointed remark. - archaeological excavation. - (in pl.) Colloq. Lodgings. dig one's heels in be obstinate. Dig in colloq. Begin eating. Dig oneself in 1 prepare a defensive trench or pit. - establish one's position. [old english]
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