embalm

Part of speech: noun

Embalmer.

Part of speech: verb

To preserve from decay, as a dead body, by antiseptics.

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Usage examples "embalm":

  1. I do not think there could be a better test of the power of the Greek language to embalm and preserve for future generations the spirit of Dickens. - "The Squirrel Inn", Frank R. Stockton.
  2. I loved it and left it on the stalk, in the true Emersonian spirit, and here I do my little best to embalm its memory. - "The Foot-path Way", Bradford Torrey.
  3. If you are an artist, you may bring in your vision of it, pass it through your own mind, and thus embalm and preserve the beauty. - "The Last Harvest", John Burroughs.