verb (used with object), in·terred, in·ter·ring.
Origin of inter
Examples from the Web for interred
Because of the German clothing, they were turned over to the Germans, who interred them in a crypt in France.
In 1869, Louisa Van Slyke, a 24-year-old New Yorker, was the first person to be interred on the island.America’s Largest Mass Graveyard May Become a Public Park|Nina Strochlic|January 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Many have been interred in the back of worship sites, displayed in gilded cases behind panes of glass.Siena’s Disembodied Saint at the Basilica di San Domenico|Nina Strochlic|September 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Finally, wind-whipped and shivering, we found our way to the row where Mary is interred.
His remains will be interred beside the great lake he loved, by the family that loved him.
He was interred in the church of the Augustines, with the magnificence due to his character and station.An Historical View of the Philippine Islands, Vol I (of 2)|Martinez de Zuniga
The last remains of a relation are interred with all the honours that the family can afford.
It can neither be poulticed nor cured, it must be interred and a new one born.L-bas|J. K. Huysmans
The people were dead and buried in a few hours, and it is believed that many were interred alive.Old Church Lore|William Andrews
Old Rachel's remains were interred that night in the neighbouring churchyard.Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry|William Butler Yeats