verb (used with object), dis·in·terred, dis·in·ter·ring.
Examples from the Web for disinter
We wish, in short, to disinter the ‘good’ that lies with these bones.
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy looked on as Pollard began to disinter the president with the backhoe.
I then went out to see the grave-diggers, and used such convincing arguments that they willingly agreed to disinter the body.The Somnambulist and the Detective|Allan Pinkerton
He was buried quite properly; and his friends came at the right time to disinter him.The Cradle of Mankind|W.A. Wigram
It takes up several pages and includes some of the fanciest language the senior Mr. Harper could disinter from the Unabridged.A Plea for Old Cap Collier|Irvin S. Cobb
You did not tell them to break down a wall and disinter a body?My Own Story|Emmeline Pankhurst
The Catholics having discovered the place where he was buried determined to disinter him.The Huguenots in France|Samuel Smiles.