Examples of entomb in a Sentence
a number of Boston's historic notables are entombed in the Old Granary Burying Ground
Recent Examples of entomb from the Web
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.
On Thursday, Greeley will be entombed at Denver’s Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception to celebrate the 100th anniversary of her death.
In the 1960s, a dam had been proposed that would have entombed much of it under a reservoir.
In other words, those massive floods after a fire could have entombed some major dinosaurs.
William Rockhill Nelson, founder and publisher of The Star, is entombed with his family at Mount Washington Cemetery in a mausoleum big enough to be a church.
Too often, she is depicted in modern historical accounts as a bit dull: a chaste and bloodless widow, entombed in her own piety, devoted only to God.
Hooker nevertheless entombed 21,800 tons of hazardous chemicals there over time.
Dalit discrimination is not gently entombed in the past.
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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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