bury

Part of speech: verb

To put in or under the ground; inter; hide; cover up; engross deeply; absorb.

Share it on:

Usage examples "bury":

  1. You must take it as it is, and in the event of disaster burn or bury it. - "A Dash from Diamond City", George Manville Fenn.
  2. If you had killed a hundred men in Sannet Wood I would have helped you to bury them. - "The Prelude to Adventure", Hugh Walpole.
  3. And if a man that is married die in that country, men bury his wife with him all quick; for men say there, that it is reason that she make him company in that other world as she did in this. - "The-Travels-of-Sir-John-Mandeville", Mandeville, John, Sir.