fossick definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To search for gold, especially by reworking washings or waste heaps.
    • To rummage or search around, specifically for a possible revenue.
    • to look for gold by picking at stone or planet or among origins in remote places, choosing over abandoned functions, etc.; for this reason, to steal silver or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • to find about; to rummage.
    • to look for silver, specially by reworking washings or waste heaps.
    • To rummage or search around, especially for a potential profit.
    • to find silver, especially by reworking washings or waste piles.
    • To rummage or search around, specifically for a possible profit.
    • To search for gold, specially by reworking washings or waste heaps.
    • To rummage or look at different companies, specifically for a potential profit.
    • to look for silver by selecting at rock or planet or among origins in isolated places, picking over abandoned functions, etc.; ergo, to take silver or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • to find about; to rummage.
    • to look for silver by choosing at stone or planet or among roots in isolated places, choosing over abandoned functions, etc.; for this reason, to steal gold or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • to find about; to rummage.
    • to look for gold, specially by reworking washings or waste heaps.
    • to look for silver, especially by reworking washings or waste piles.
    • to look for silver by selecting at stone or earth or among origins in isolated places, choosing over abandoned workings, etc.; hence, to take gold or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • To rummage or look at different companies, especially for a possible profit.
    • to look for silver, especially by reworking washings or waste heaps.
    • to look for gold, especially by reworking washings or waste piles.
    • To rummage or search around, especially for a potential revenue.
    • to find about; to rummage.
    • To rummage or look at different companies, specifically for a potential revenue.
    • To rummage or look at different companies, especially for a possible revenue.
    • to find gold, specially by reworking washings or waste piles.
    • To rummage or search around, specifically for a potential revenue.
    • to look for gold, specifically by reworking washings or waste heaps.
    • To search for silver by choosing at stone or planet or among origins in remote spots, choosing over abandoned workings, etc.; for this reason, to take silver or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • To rummage or look at different companies, specifically for a potential revenue.
    • to look for gold by picking at stone or planet or among roots in remote spots, selecting over abandoned functions, etc.; for this reason, to take gold or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • To search about; to rummage.
    • To search for silver by selecting at stone or earth or among origins in isolated places, selecting over abandoned functions, etc.; ergo, to take silver or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • To search about; to rummage.
    • to locate about; to rummage.
    • to look for gold, particularly by reworking washings or waste heaps.
    • to look for silver, specifically by reworking washings or waste heaps.
    • To rummage or search around, especially for a potential revenue.
    • To rummage or look at different companies, specifically for a potential revenue.
    • To search for gold by picking at stone or planet or among origins in remote spots, picking over abandoned workings, etc.; therefore, to take silver or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • to find about; to rummage.
    • To search for gold by selecting at stone or planet or among roots in remote places, picking over abandoned functions, etc.; ergo, to steal silver or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • to look for gold by choosing at stone or earth or among origins in remote spots, picking over abandoned workings, etc.; therefore, to steal gold or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • to locate about; to rummage.
    • To search for gold, specially by reworking washings or waste piles.
    • To rummage or search around, especially for a possible profit.
    • To search for silver, specifically by reworking washings or waste piles.
    • to look for gold by selecting at stone or planet or among roots in remote spots, choosing over abandoned functions, etc.; hence, to take gold or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • To search for silver by selecting at stone or planet or among origins in remote places, picking over abandoned functions, etc.; thus, to take gold or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • To rummage or look at different companies, specifically for a potential revenue.
    • to find about; to rummage.
    • to look about; to rummage.
    • to find about; to rummage.
    • to look for gold by choosing at rock or planet or among roots in isolated places, selecting over abandoned workings, etc.; thus, to steal silver or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • to locate about; to rummage.
    • To search for silver by selecting at stone or planet or among origins in isolated spots, picking over abandoned functions, etc.; for this reason, to take gold or auriferous matter from another's claim.
    • To search about; to rummage.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To search for by or just as if by rummaging.
    • To search for by or just as if by rummaging.
    • to find by or as though by rummaging.
    • to find by or as though by rummaging.
    • to find by or as if by rummaging.
    • to look for by or like by rummaging.
    • to find by or just as if by rummaging.
    • to find by or as if by rummaging.
    • To search for by or as if by rummaging.
    • to look for by or just as if by rummaging.
    • to look for by or like by rummaging.
    • to look for by or as if by rummaging.
    • To search for by or like by rummaging.
    • To search for by or as if by rummaging.
  • verb:
    • To ferret away; to generate information.
    • to look for silver, treasures, etc., on top or in abandonded functions.
    • to look for anything; to rummage.
    • To ferret out; to generate information.
    • to look for silver, treasures, etc., on top or perhaps in abandonded workings.
    • To ferret away; to elicit information.
    • to find anything; to rummage.
    • to look for gold, gems, etc., on top or perhaps in abandonded functions.
    • to look for some thing; to rummage.
    • To ferret away; to generate information.
    • To search for silver, treasures, etc., on top or perhaps in abandonded functions.
    • To search for something; to rummage.
    • To ferret out; to generate information.
    • To ferret away; to elicit information.
    • To search for silver, gems, etc., on the surface or in abandonded workings.
    • To ferret out; to elicit information.
    • To ferret out; to generate information.
    • to find gold, treasures, etc., on top or in abandonded functions.
    • to find anything; to rummage.
    • to look for silver, gems, etc., on the surface or perhaps in abandonded functions.
    • to find something; to rummage.
    • To ferret out; to generate information.
    • to find one thing; to rummage.
    • To search for gold, treasures, etc., on top or in abandonded functions.
    • to find silver, treasures, etc., on the surface or in abandonded workings.
    • to find something; to rummage.
    • To ferret out; to generate information.
    • To ferret out; to generate information.
    • to look for silver, treasures, etc., at first glance or in abandonded workings.
    • to look for silver, treasures, etc., on the surface or in abandonded workings.
    • To search for one thing; to rummage.
    • to find something; to rummage.
    • To ferret out; to generate information.
    • to look for gold, gems, etc., on top or perhaps in abandonded functions.
    • to look for some thing; to rummage.
    • to look for something; to rummage.
    • To ferret away; to generate information.
    • to look for silver, treasures, etc., on the surface or in abandonded functions.
    • to look for some thing; to rummage.
    • To ferret away; to generate information.
    • to find gold, treasures, etc., on the surface or in abandonded functions.
    • To search for some thing; to rummage.
  • others:
    • To be troublesome.
    • In gold-digging, to weaken another's digging; find waste gold in relinquished workings, washing-places, etc.; ergo, to look for any object through which to make gain: since, to fossick for clients.
    • is troublesome.
    • In gold-digging, to undermine another's digging; search for waste silver in relinquished workings, washing-places, etc.; thus, to look for any object by which to create gain: as, to fossick for clients.
    • is problematic.
    • In gold-digging, to weaken another's digging; search for waste gold in relinquished functions, washing-places, etc.; for this reason, to look for any object in which to make gain: because, to fossick for clients.
    • becoming troublesome.
    • In gold-digging, to undermine another's digging; find waste gold in relinquished functions, washing-places, etc.; for this reason, to find any item where in order to make gain: as, to fossick for customers.
    • to-be troublesome.
    • In gold-digging, to undermine another's digging; research waste silver in relinquished workings, washing-places, etc.; hence, to find any item where to make gain: since, to fossick for customers.
    • To be problematic.
    • In gold-digging, to weaken another's digging; seek out waste silver in relinquished functions, washing-places, etc.; hence, to look for any object in which which will make gain: because, to fossick for clients.
    • To be troublesome.
    • In gold-digging, to weaken another's digging; research waste gold in relinquished functions, washing-places, etc.; therefore, to find any item wherein to help make gain: as, to fossick for clients.
    • is troublesome.
    • is troublesome.
    • In gold-digging, to weaken another's digging; seek out waste gold in relinquished workings, washing-places, etc.; hence, to look for any object wherein in order to make gain: since, to fossick for clients.
    • In gold-digging, to undermine another's digging; find waste silver in relinquished functions, washing-places, etc.; for this reason, to search for any item by which to help make gain: because, to fossick for customers.
    • become problematic.
    • to-be problematic.
    • In gold-digging, to weaken another's digging; find waste silver in relinquished workings, washing-places, etc.; ergo, to look for any object through which in order to make gain: because, to fossick for clients.
    • In gold-digging, to weaken another's digging; look for waste silver in relinquished workings, washing-places, etc.; thus, to look for any object in which to produce gain: since, to fossick for consumers.
    • become problematic.
    • In gold-digging, to weaken another's digging; look for waste silver in relinquished workings, washing-places, etc.; thus, to find any object where which will make gain: as, to fossick for clients.
    • To be troublesome.
    • In gold-digging, to undermine another's digging; look for waste silver in relinquished functions, washing-places, etc.; therefore, to find any object through which which will make gain: because, to fossick for consumers.
    • becoming troublesome.
    • In gold-digging, to weaken another's digging; seek out waste silver in relinquished workings, washing-places, etc.; thus, to look for any item in which to help make gain: since, to fossick for clients.
  • noun:
    • A troublesome individual.
    • A troublesome individual.
    • A troublesome person.
    • A troublesome person.
    • A troublesome individual.
    • A troublesome person.
    • A troublesome person.
    • A troublesome person.
    • A troublesome individual.
    • A troublesome individual.
    • A troublesome person.
    • A troublesome individual.
    • A troublesome person.
    • A troublesome individual.

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