Examples of mummify in a Sentence
learning how ancient Egyptians mummified their dead
a body that mummified in the desert heat
a body that was mummified by the desert heat
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Lluis Penuelas Reixach, the secretary general of the Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation, said Dali's remains — including his mustache — are well preserved and mummified after an embalming process was applied 27 years ago.
In Saigon Plaza, canvases are haphazardly draped over metal girders to form a roof, mummifying the building’s original architecture.
The remains of Khnummose (which may have been mummified) were found next to those of a woman who may have been his wife.
A separate lineage accounts for the felines shown in Egyptian tomb paintings and that were mummified and buried alongside their presumably adoring human companions.
The remains of cats have been found mummified in Egypt, in Viking graves and in various sites in the Mediterranean.
Sofia Boutella, so charming as an alien warrior in last year’s Star Trek Beyond, here plays Ahmanet, an Egyptian princess who was mummified alive after murdering her family and making a pact with Set, the god of the dead.
These are the scientifically famous Qilakitsoq corpses, accidentally mummified by nature’s sub-zero temperatures.
Even better, part of Zuul’s body was mummified, preserving the fingernail-like sheaths that covered its bony body armor.
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- a mummified fetus
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