Antonyms for interring

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The manner of interring the dead among the Tartars is not uniform.

Burning or interring was adopted, by the ancients, at the will of the relatives.

Their manner of interring the dead has been amply described.

The soldiers, who had so lately been employed in interring their victims, were now called on to bury their own dead.

The subterranean Places or Catacombs, for interring those that worship here, are worth seeing.

The Zapotecs gave as a reason for interring the dead, that those who were burned failed to reach heaven.

Singing the Internationale, he had performed the symbolic act of interring a policeman and a thief.

After interring the dead, Mac and the survivors returned to the beach, and watched there for the morning dawn.

Priests sang prayers amid burning incense for the deliverance of the soul to God while interring the coffin into the ground.

This I learned, upon inquiry, was always the case after interring the corpse and leaving the cemetery.