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More firefighters and rescue workers entombed in the debris.
SEPT. 11, 2001: AN ORDINARY WORK DAY, THEN SURREAL SCENES OF DREAD AND DEATHDAVID MARANISSSEPTEMBER 10, 2021WASHINGTON POST
You don’t always need to entomb your entire Apple Watch in a case to get the protection you need.
THE BEST APPLE WATCH CASE TO PROTECT THE COMPUTER ON YOUR WRISTSTAN HORACZEKAUGUST 23, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
She added that the egg could have been entombed when a nearby river system overflowed during the rainy season, thus preserving it as a fossil.
A FOSSILIZED EGG LAID BY AN EXTINCT, HUMAN-SIZED TURTLE HOLDS A RARE JACKPOTMONROE HAMMONDAUGUST 18, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
The entombed individuals are commonly represented by arthropods such as insects—made famous in the original Jurassic Park movie.
ANCIENT BRAINS: INSIDE THE EXTRAORDINARY PRESERVATION OF A 310-MILLION-YEAR-OLD NERVOUS SYSTEMJOHN PATERSONJULY 30, 2021SINGULARITY HUB 
After the excavation, we embarked on the long and painstaking removal of the rock that entombed Cooper’s bones.
LIZARD OF OZ: AUSTRALIA’S BIGGEST DINOSAUR DISCOVEREDSCOTT HOCKNULL AND ROCHELLE LAWRENCE, THE CONVERSATIONJUNE 7, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
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
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO ENTOMB

  • annulling
  • bringing to a close
  • burying
  • canceling
  • entombing
  • holding a funeral
  • interring
  • invalidating
  • lying in the grave
  • negating
  • nullifying
  • putting an end to
  • putting six feet under
  • putting to rest
  • revoking
  • undoing
  • voiding
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