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
His body lies entombed within the temple’s marble walls.
Graham wasn’t the only senator preparing to entomb the effort.
Keeping the Storr Lochs Monster entombed, however, was a matter of necessity.
Clearly not much has changed. Hidden deep in The Chronicle’s archive, amid shadows and the occasional spider, a classic collection was entombed until a recent dig brought it to light.
She will be entombed and reunited with her husband Dr. Paul Phillips, MD.
Their spirits are believed to wander between this world and the next until their bodies are found, identified, and properly entombed.
There are gassy dinners and gassier communiqués that mean nothing and achieve nothing, yet are haggled over line by line before falling into the oblivion that will entomb them forever.
Yet for decades, the skeleton remained in storage because it was entombed in extremely hard rock.
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Origin and Etymology of entomb
First Known Use: 1565See Words from the same year
Synonymsbury, hearse, inhume, inter, lay, put away, tomb
Antonymsdisinter, exhume, unearth
Related Wordsimmure, inurn; enshrine; conceal, cover, ensconce, hide; obscure, shade, shield; cloak, curtain, enshroud, shroud; rebury, reinter; coffin
Near Antonymsburn, cremate; bare, disclose, discover, display, exhibit, expose, reveal, show; uncoffin
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