Simple past tense and past participle of inhume.(verb)
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Use "inhumed" in a sentence
"They were inhumed below the floor of the cave; _inhumed_, and not lodged in catacombs.] [Footnote 34: Letter to Samuel M. Burnside, in Trans. and Coll."
"Supply-side 'Reaganomics' has been chiseled into a sacred precept, while the unmistakable role of deregulation in precipitating our recent financial crisis has been inhumed by the conservative discourse alongside amnesty, the Brady Bill, and disarmament."
"So, what's the going rate if, say, a noble lady would like her major rival in the city's annual flower arrangement competition inhumed in an eco-friendly manner?"