coffin

Part of speech: verb

To put into or as into a coffin.

Part of speech: noun

The case in which a corpse is buried.

Part of speech: noun

The lower part of a horse's hoof.

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Usage examples "coffin":

  1. Well- his coffin would be a common one- an Archer Five... - "The Planet Strappers", Raymond Zinke Gallun.
  2. The body of a young man who was drowned a few weeks ago came ashore this morning, and his friends have been busy all day making a coffin in the yard of the house where he lived. - "The Aran Islands", John M. Synge.
  3. One of them will furnish your coffin, and the other will drive the nails into it. - "Empire Builders", Francis Lynde.