Examples of inter in a Sentence
a burial site where people have been interred for over a thousand years
the soldier was interred with great honors at Arlington National Cemetery
Recent Examples of inter from the Web
At a cemetery in Escuintla, relatives of Sandra Orizabal, 37, buried her in a white coffin next to the grave of her husband, who was interred the previous day.
John Robert Devitt died last August and was interred in March at Fort Sam, a C-47 flying overhead during the service.
More than 10,312 Civil War troops are interred in the Marietta cemetery.
Over the years, thousands of war dead — Nationalists and Republicans alike — were unearthed from graves across Spain and interred — often anonymously — in the basilica, an apparent attempt to bring the nation together.
Remains that are not claimed or identified as those of a veteran — immigrants, perhaps, interred far from home but within sight of a new life — will be reburied at Fairview Cemetery in Hyde Park.
The llamas were less than 18 months old and generally interred facing east, toward the high peaks of the Andes.
He was buried in Green Bay's Woodlawn Cemetery; in 1985, thieves broke into his mausoleum and stole his skull, which was later recovered by police and re-interred.
The mural is magnificent, but the sister artists are not interred in Woodlawn.
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INTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inter for English Language Learners
: to bury (a dead body)
Definition of inter- for English Language Learners
: between : among : together
: involving two or more
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