strip-mined, deep-mined, well-mined
- According to the economic ideas then accepted, gold and silver alone constituted wealth, and every ounce mined in America which did not reach Spain's coffers was considered irretrievably lost. - "The South American Republics Part I of II", Thomas C. Dawson.
- All she had been, all she'd designed, all she had built within herself and walled about herself, all she had scorned, all that with a violent antipathy she had shuddered from or with curled lip spurned away,- all, all betrayed, breached, mined, calamitously riven, tumultously sundered, burst away. - "This Freedom", A. S. M. Hutchinson.
- " He's planning to take over there all that he's got mined," added Robert, looking to me for confirmation of his surmise. - "The Voodoo Gold Trail", Walter Walden.