Most moving of all, of course, is the American cemetery where 9,387 men are entombed on French soil.
In the 1860s there were more sightseers than entombed residents, as 500,000 visitors flocked there per year.
This capsized vessel had entombed four men for three days and nights!
Of the other bodies they are entombed in the lots, where more than one were buried together.
His coffin had been entombed in the cold family vault of the Escurial, where no sunbeam enters.
They have left him to die a lingering death, almost as if entombed alive.
Was he—a monster amongst his fellow-men—to die some monstrous death, entombed in this mysterious and terrible cavern of the sea?
At his death he was entombed with great ceremony in the Duomo.
The common opinion touching their god of gods, Jupiter, was that he was entombed in Crete, and his monument was there to be seen.
It was found, identified, and entombed at Boston with solemn mourning.