OTHER WORDS FROM mummifymum·mi·fi·ca·tion, nounhalf-mum·mi·fied, adjectiveun·mum·mi·fied, adjectiveun·mum·mi·fy·ing, adjective
How to use mummify in a sentence
Ancient Egyptians didn’t just mummify people, they also preserved many animals.See what these animal mummies are keeping under wraps|Helen Thompson|October 6, 2020|Science News For Students
“These dolls are made of mummified human remains,” the voiceover on the video says.Russian Historian Anatoly Moskvin Collected Dead Girls at Home|Anna Nemtsova|November 28, 2011|DAILY BEAST
What troubles me in the first instance is that the rest of us become mummified by their arguments.
The grisly discovery of her mummified body has unsettled the neighborhood, the neighbor added.
But other than that, she looked exactly the same—the hot climate and humidity had mummified her.
The partially mummified body was only discovered when, in 1993, 56-year-old Dorian sadly succumbed to AIDS.
A few feet from the tank a mummified body lay sprawled out, mouth open.Second Variety|Philip Kindred Dick
I descended its vault in order to examine some two dozen of mummified monks, some of them four centuries old.History of Embalming|J. N. Gannal
A mummified duck, estimated to be two thousand years old, has been discovered in a sandstone stratum in Iowa.
Pits full of mummified animals are also found among the human graves.A history of art in ancient Egypt, Vol. I (of 2)|Georges Perrot
Of this fact the burial ground of Huacho, and the mummified animals seen on the level heights, furnish the most convincing proofs.