casket

[ kas-kit, kah-skit ]SEE DEFINITION OF casket
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He would prize the jewel, and overlook the inferiority of the casket.

But Jarrett caught hold of my arm and took possession of the casket, which he opened.

You will remit to her my casket, in which all my private papers are kept.

In the casket of the Dauphin there were several papers he had asked me for.

Rohan alighted, and went upstairs with a casket under his arm.

No doubt he must have noticed that the casket had been opened, but he had said nothing about it.

I took him to my room, and shewed him my escritoire, my casket, and my will.

Inside the casket was full-satin-lined, and handsomely trimmed.

In the center of the casket lid, on a silver plate, was the name "Pearl."

Arriving at the grave, the casket was let down into the receptacle prepared for it.

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