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buried

[ ber-eed ]
/ ˈbɛr id /
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adjective
placed in the ground and covered with earth: There are countless opportunities for leaks in the miles of buried, hard-to-inspect pipes under the nuclear plant site.
(of a corpse) placed in the ground or a vault or tomb, or into the sea, often with ceremony: At Flanders Fields, the largest of the cemeteries devoted to the British Commonwealth holds12,000 buried soldiers from many countries.
plunged deeply into something: She looked in shock at the mayor, who was calmly taking the buried knife out of his chest without spilling a drop of blood.
covered or concealed; made hard to find: One of the best reasons for the poem’s effectiveness as propaganda is its barely buried exposé of the true engine of war: fear.
put out of one’s mind: These pages of fiction woke me up to the buried emotions left from a relationship that nearly cost me my life as a teen.
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OTHER WORDS FROM buried

half-bur·ied, adjectiveun·bur·ied, adjectivewell-bur·ied, adjective
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