Definition of "rebury" [re•bur•y]

  • (verb) bury again

Use "rebury" in a sentence

  • "Craig Ruttle/Associated Press Tony Godino of Bedford, N.Y., left, paid his respects with a handful of dirt at the end of a ceremony Wednesday to rebury the mysterious 19th-century regional wanderer known as The Leatherman."
  • "His family chose to rebury him in the same place, still wrapped in the same simple, white"
  • "In its order, the PHMSA told Exxon to use horizontal drilling methods to rebury the pipeline at the river crossing to protect the pipeline from external damage."

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