Examples of casket in a Sentence
bought a beautiful casket when her grandmother died
a small casket of jewels
Recent Examples of casket from the Web
Here, caskets, makeup and clothing are optional, and hearses are futile.
The officers held their stance as the casket, draped with a Maryland Flag, was taken inside the building by pallbearers for the funeral service.
But the casket on display, like Graham himself, has very humble origins.
The bodies arrive in caskets, occasionally made of wood but more commonly cardboard.
Pallbearers carried the pine plywood casket into his family library in Charlotte, where former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton arrived to pay their respects.
Much of the art is made in the same wood-working program that produced the Graham caskets.
The United States flag was draped over the end of the casket, while images of the Billa's life together were displayed on large screens around the room.
Baskets filled with pineapples, broccoli, apples and oranges were tucked around the casket.
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Origin and Etymology of casket
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
CASKET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of casket for English Language Learners
: a small chest or box for jewelry or other valuable things
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