every Tom, Dick and Harry
Tom, Dick and Harry is a way of referring generally to ordinary people that you don't know.
Example: You don't want every Tom, Dick and Harry to come to the party.
out of line
If you say that someone is out of line, you mean that they are not doing the right thing. David plays with this meaning and the literal meaning of not being in a straight line with the other graves.
dig him up
To dig something up is to remove it from the ground.
Example: She decided to dig up the old rose bush.
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thought
Here thought is the past tense of the irregular verb think. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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came
Came is the past tense of the irregular verb come. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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said
Here said is the past tense of the irregular verb say. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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found
Here found is the past tense of the irregular verb find. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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stuck
Here stick is the past participle of the irregular verb stick. Follow the link to find out more and to listen to examples.
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