In the far corners of the crypt were dozens of boxes of human remains.
The “home of the NRA gun collection” was as quiet as a crypt.
Because of the German clothing, they were turned over to the Germans, who interred them in a crypt in France.
Note to royal couple: Stay away from Canterbury Cathedral, where Thomas à Becket was whacked near the stairs to the crypt.
But for now, sources tell me, Michael Jackson will be stored in a crypt almost directly underneath the Last Supper masterpiece.
The crypt of the castle, where Fiora lies upon her bier with white flowers all about her, and tapers at her head and feet.
The crypt now contains the machinery used for blowing the organ.
Then we descended to the crypt, the Cardinal first kneeling at the statue of St. Peter.
There is an account of his going, while there, to perform his devotions in the crypt of a church.
When the round was ended and we were leaving the crypt she saw me put a hand in my pocket.
early 15c., "grotto, cavern," from Latin crypta "vault, cavern," from Greek krypte (short for krypte kamara "hidden vault"), fem. of kryptos "hidden," verbal adjective from kryptein "to hide," from PIE *krau- "to conceal, hide" (cf. Old Church Slavonic kryjo, kryti "to hide"). Meaning "underground burial vault or chapel in a church" first attested 1789.
A small pit, recess, or glandular cavity in the body.