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He was interred under the stunted oak where Master Headley had been tied.

He went first to the churchyard, where his mother's remains had been that day interred.

A few hours later his body was interred in the sands of the shore.

He was interred in Quebec, with ev'ry possible mark of distinction.

And yet by some evil fortune they were left to perish at sea, and therefore are not interred here.

Other sanctified rabbis are interred in sites about the village and the hill.

Seamen tell of what they see: their reports are interred in scientific morgues.

Then they let carry the dead squire unto a priory, and there they interred him.

I shall be interred with the queen, my wife, if she die first.'

His arrows he bequeathed to Philocttes, who interred his remains.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1300, from Old French enterer (11c.), from Medieval Latin interrare "put in the earth, bury," from Latin in- "in" (see in- (2)) + terra "earth" (see terrain). Related: Interred; interring.

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