buried

[ ber-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF buried

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BURIED

Would you not like to be buried with regal honour, in your native Clazomenæ?

To avoid that, if there were no other way, I would most willingly be buried alive.

As he spoke, George fell into a chair, and buried his face in his hands.

Hester threw herself on her knees, and buried her face in her mother's lap.

At any rate, the fact is that she was not buried with him, but apart from him; he had seen to that.

In the fifth act King Henry takes on the voice and nature of buried Hotspur.

His grave was never opened, though his wife expressed a desire to be buried with him.

With my tomahawk I cut a mark in that chestnut yonder and buried my weapon at the foot of it.

So instead of burning them, we buried them, that is, the bones.

The dead man, they said, had desired to be buried across the frontier.

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