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I thought of the graves more hopeless fur than them that entomb the dead,—the graves where lay the livin' dead.SWEET CICELYJOSIAH ALLEN'S WIFE: MARIETTA HOLLEY
When the next day should dawn, its light is 'strangled,' and 'darkness does the face of earth entomb.'SHAKESPEAREAN TRAGEDYA. C. BRADLEY
See the black Prison Ship's expanding womb Impested thousands, quick and dead, entomb.THE COLUMBIADJOEL BARLOW
Thee the dogs shall rend Dishonorably, and the fowls of air, But all Achaia's host shall him entomb.THE ILIAD OF HOMERHOMER
But the immortal spirit who shall fetter, who shall entomb it?THE BLESSED HOPEEDWARD HOARE
To collect them was the first duty of his descendants and followers, and then to entomb them.THE MASCULINE CROSSANONYMOUS
The walls of gold entomb us,The swords of scorn divide, Take not thy thunder from usBut take away our pride.SIX MAJOR PROPHETSEDWIN EMERY SLOSSON
Seemingly Wanderslore was fated to entomb one by one all my discarded possessions.MEMOIRS OF A MIDGETWALTER DE LA MARE
I am here and come to thee, O lady, that thou mayest entomb thy dead daughter.THE TRAGEDIES OF EURIPIDES, VOLUME I.EURIPIDES
Entomb him in silence and he'll be a body of death and corruption in two weeks.THE THUNDERS OF SILENCEIRVIN SHREWSBURY COBB

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