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digs

n. a dwelling; a dwelling and its furnishings. You got some pretty swell digs, here.
See also: dig
References in classic literature ?
The map that tells where we are to dig for the idol of gold
If we get time, the night of the escape, we'll dig one.
Where you going to dig next, after we get this one?
She'd dig an' rake away an' be right down happy over it.
Her gentle and timid spirit sinks within her; and, turning away from the window, she sits down in the great chair and wonders whereabouts in the wilderness her friends will dig her grave.
All now that remained was to ascertain the precise spot where the treasure lay buried, for otherwise he might dig at random in the neighborhood of the crosses, without coming upon the spoils, and he had already had enough of such profitless labor.
What so likely to make a man dig for money as being poor?
So he hired some villains to murder him; and having shown them where to lie in ambush, he went to his brother, and said, 'Dear brother, I have found a hidden treasure; let us go and dig it up, and share it between us.
You fellows dig here," said Snipes, indicating a spot beneath the tree.
And when he was supposed to be working in the corn-fields, and the tall stalks hid him from Mombi's view, Tip would often dig in the gopher holes, or if the mood seized him -- lie upon his back between the rows of corn and take a nap.
I reckon I'll have to go down and dig the pipe out," he told her.
And it would dig and lay, and continue to dig and lay, while a black dug out its eggs within two or three feet of it.
But you can't dig forever; and what are you going to do then?
Once upon a time there was a Miser who used to hide his gold at the foot of a tree in his garden; but every week he used to go and dig it up and gloat over his gains.
A DOG that had seen a Physician attending the burial of a wealthy patient, said: "When do you expect to dig it up?