bury[ ber-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bury
Synonyms for bury
- consign to grave
- cover up
- hold last rites for
- hold services for
- lay out
- put away
- put six feet under
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BURY
Also you will bury a bottle containing report of your proceedings.
Shot a damn cock pheasant by mistake, and had to bury the thing in my own covers.
The dead or who would might bury the dead; he must go to the living!
He'd hide me somewhere outside the city, he'd bury alive the most lovely of women.
Or s'pose he had it in mind to fill in that low land, so 't we could bury there!
He sent it to her own room, to which she had hastened to bury her emotions.
You say you're willing to bury the tomahawk; do you mean it?
The men of the valley stayed only long enough to bury their own dead.
"I just saw them bury Saunders," Good Indian remarked, by way of opening a conversation.
The Greenlanders bury with a child a dog, for they say a dog will find his way anywhere.