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
The casket overturned and the corpse rolled out on the floor, forever haunting the home.
The bottle is as heavy as an occupied casket, the label art is skeletal and intimidating and the price is downright frightful, $80.
Rosie hears a strange noise, and opens the dining room door to find two empty caskets.
Video of several men carrying the casket out of a church on Saturday shows several people, including suspect Jeffrey Scullin Jr., who was to be Pleskovic's son-in-law.
The median cost of a funeral and burial, including a vault to enclose the casket, reached US$8,508 in 2014, up from about $2,700 three decades ago.
Inside are depictions of lynchings, Holocaust death camps and the 1955 open casket photo of Emmett Till.
On Saturday — a picture-perfect fall day in Zimmer's hometown — a hearse carried him back to his parents in a full-size wooden casket draped with an American flag.
Navy sailors carry the casket of Navy Petty Officer Dustin Doyon to his gravesite at West Suffield Cemetery on Tuesday morning.
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Origin and Etymology of casket
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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