verb (used with object), bur·ied, bur·y·ing.
noun, plural bur·ies.
Words nearby bury
Idioms for bury
Origin of bury
OTHER WORDS FROM buryhalf-bur·ied, adjectivere·bur·y, verb (used with object), re·bur·ied, re·bur·y·ing.un·bur·ied, adjectivewell-bur·ied, adjective
Examples from the Web for unburied
The body of Yusuf will remain inside the base, unburied, until it can be flown out.Must-Read Fiction: ‘The Watch,’ ‘Alys, Always,’ ‘The Year of the Gadfly’|Cameron Martin, Lucy Scholes, Amber Dermont|June 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Paris streets were full of unburied corpses; Paris gutters ran blood; Paris larders were bare of food.Joan of Arc|Laura E. Richards
They died by hundreds, and corpses lay for days unburied; before the plague was stayed thousands found an inglorious grave.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
Fresh mounds of earth marked the resting-place of the fallen thousands, and many of the dead lay yet unburied.Sketch of the life of Abraham Lincoln|Isaac Newton Arnold
No hay was procurable for the animals, and all we could give them to eat was dead beech leaves, which we unburied from the snow.The Flaming Sword in Serbia and Elsewhere|Mabel Annie Boulton Stobart
There is something weirdly gruesome in this vast Valhalla of the unburied dead.Capitals of the Northlands|Ian C. Hannah