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interred

[ in-turd ]

adjective

  1. (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.

  2. 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.

  3. placed in the earth or underground:

    Anodes are installed on the interred sections of pipeline to reduce the corrosion caused by electrochemical action.



noun

  1. Usually the interred. a person or persons buried in a grave or tomb:

    Most of the interred did not have individual grave markers.

verb

  1. the simple past tense and past participle of inter ( def ).

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Example Sentences

During an inter-squad practice session with the Rams in training camp in 2018, Harbaugh said at one point former Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips told his defensive linemen to not cover Ricard on passes.

It’s unclear what Darcy has been doing since the second Thor film, but likely continuing her study of weird inter-planetary and superheroic phenomena.

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In today’s modern economy, the inter-connected customer shouldn’t have to choose either.

The idea to build this inter-communications business came shortly after Axios itself came to life in 2017.

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Sediment used to fill the pit once the woman was interred contained bone fragments from various large animals, such as Andean deer and wild relatives of the alpaca known as vicuña.

These women interred the bodies of saints on their own properties and occasionally managed to influence papal politics.

For more than 50 years, Army PFC Lawrence S. Gordon was mistakenly interred as a German soldier in a cemetery in France.

Because of the German clothing, they were turned over to the Germans, who interred them in a crypt in France.

There are only two women interred at the Panthéon, and only one who got there on her own merits.

In 1869, Louisa Van Slyke, a 24-year-old New Yorker, was the first person to be interred on the island.

The ax was to sever the head from the lifeless body, and all the headless trunks were to be interred together.

He was interred the next day amidst execrations and vulgar insults, which he could not feel.

In memory of the heroic man, a temple was erected near the fortress, under ground, where he is interred.

After the burning, the bones are collected, placed in an urn, and interred upon some eminence under a small monument.

He then intimates that he is in a weak and wretched state of health, and speaks of the vault where he wishes to be interred.

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