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 line leading up to Jenkins' open casket was long, with the stadium sized church decorated in white and purple — Jenkins' favorite color.
Guests are invited to dine at the famous casket-shaped cabinet table, on meals of sandwiches, potato chips and soft drinks.
With a casket of -- carrying the body of President Kennedy is being transferred to an ambulance.
More creepy additions, like Ouija boards and gothic floral arrangements, join pieces like a 1950s breathing apparatus covered in spider webs and a real casket in their yard for some spooky fun.
Just before he was buried, Myeshia Johnson kissed the casket.
Her casket, draped in white cloth, was rolled before the pulpit.
Now, a metallic casket holding Gentry’s remains held a stark and bracing presence, solo, at center stage.
The piece and video discuss the environmental effects of American funerals, with their caskets, embalming fluid, and grave sites.
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Origin and Etymology of casket
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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