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Parf of speech: Noun, OED Year: N/A, OED Evaluation: N/A


Interviewer: And you- are most people involved with the legion hall here? Speaker 2: Not anymore. Speaker: What you call- what you call a white elephant. Interviewer: A white elephant? Speaker: Yeah. You know what that is, don't you? Interviewer: What's that? Speaker: A done-digger. Interviewer: A what? Speaker: A done-digging. Speaker 2: See this is- Interviewer: What's a done-digging, I haven't heard of that. What's- Speaker: Too many people filling their pockets out of it. Interviewer: Done-digging, uh-huh.
A burdensome or costly objective, enterprise, or possession, esp. one that appears magnificent; a financial liability.