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
Officers carefully pulled the American flag that draped Cordova's casket and folded it.
Duplicate steel pillars are laid out in the grass around the main memorial, like caskets awaiting transport home after a war.
This year’s group includes a woman who always wanted to be an aunt but ultimately had to pick out caskets for her nieces, ages 5, 3 and 6 months, who were killed by their father.
Just below the podium, wreaths of red and white flowers surrounded Groves' cherry red casket.
Silverplate on Lincoln casket reads: ABRAHAM LINCOLN Sixteenth President of the United States.
With Bruce's four daughters sitting in the front row of folding chairs on the basketball floor, and Bruce's casket draped in an Ohio State flag, Smith provided the most personal touch as a grandson who loved him both as a coach and a grandfather.
Foley's casket was laid to rest next to a memorial plaque for his predecessor, Bishop Raymond Boland, who served as bishop of Birmingham from 1988-93.
Her granddaughters delivered readings during the service and her grandsons served as pallbearers before their grandmother's casket was wheeled out of the church.
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CASKET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of casket for English Language Learners
: a small chest or box for jewelry or other valuable things
CASKET Defined for Kids
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