Examples of entomb in a Sentence
a number of Boston's historic notables are entombed in the Old Granary Burying Ground
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Others skipped the niche entirely and entombed the cremated remains behind a marble plaque.
Unlike the ocean - with its corrosive salt water - the Great Lakes have a reputation of entombing their wrecks in almost pristine condition.
Michael Jackson was entombed in 2009 in the mausoleum at the opulent cemetery that is also the final resting place of Elizabeth Taylor and Walt Disney.
Soon, water and mud piled on top of her until she was nearly entombed.
Meanwhile, the National Park Service and U.S. Navy are operating free boat tours of Pearl Harbor that pass close to the sunken battleship, where nearly 1,200 crew members are entombed.
Swept away by mudslides, entombed in lava or suffocated under ash, nearly 280,000 people have died in volcanic eruptions during the past four centuries, but only now has humanity managed to quantify the risk posed by these fiery phenomena.
By the time King Tut was laid to rest around 1,300 B.C., Egyptian kings simply had model-sized boats entombed with them for their journey to the underworld, along with many other lavish treasures.
David Blaine has entombed himself in a plexiglass cube over the Thames in London, in a plastic box at one of Donald Trump’s Manhattan properties, in a giant ball of water at Lincoln Center.
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ENTOMB Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of entomb for English Language Learners
: to place (someone or something) in a tomb
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