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interred

[ in-turd ]
/ ɪnˈtɜrd /
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adjective
(of a dead body) placed in a grave or tomb; buried: These places are sacred because they contain the interred remains of our loved ones.
forgotten or removed from consideration, as if buried: One of the priority tasks for these activists is to recover the interred heritage of Latin America's revolutionary movements.
placed in the earth or underground: Anodes are installed on the interred sections of pipeline to reduce the corrosion caused by electrochemical action.
noun
Usually the interred . a person or persons buried in a grave or tomb:Most of the interred did not have individual grave markers.
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OTHER WORDS FROM interred

un·in·terred, adjective
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