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Definition of "reburied" [reburied]

  • Present participle of rebury. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "reburied" in a sentence
  • "The water-damaged casket was exhumed in 1981 to resolve a conspiracy theory that a Russian look-alike had been buried in place of Oswald, and he was reburied in a new coffin."
  • "A small statue of St. Joseph (head down, natch), I assume buriedby a past homeowner who was trying to sell the house (FYI, I reburied it)"
  • "So one dark night before his team left the site of excavation, he reburied the artifact, slightly deeper than at the level he'd uncovered it."
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