Verb(1) dig up for reburial or for medical investigation; of dead bodies
(1) For Davis to disinter capital punishment, of all issues, when he has barely begun to read his briefing documents in his new job, was a clear and deliberate signal too.(2) Mopping up continued through the night as frantic efforts were made to disinter the troops buried in the tunnels.(3) It is a sad reminder of how far we have fallen back that it is necessary to disinter these elementary lessons of Empire.(4) They asked the military to disinter the remains they believed to be Michael's and conduct a DNA test to try and make a positive identification.(5) Out of respect, her family would not allow the University of Nebraska Press to disinter the ledger in 1959, even temporarily, so it could be photographed in color.(6) The police plan to disinter Taufik's body in order to perform an autopsy and determine an exact cause of death.(7) Civil-rights tourism is on the rise in the southern US, as the former segregationist states disinter their past.(8) After considering the main tributaries which flow into the realist stream of thinking, the third section will attempt to disinter a core of realist principles to which all realists could subscribe.(9) The Thai commander then disinterred the body of King Ekkathat and accorded it full cremation honours.(10) In an awful silence he disinterred a little lead figure of a man in black clothes.(11) If it decides to allow it, people buried more than 100 years ago could be disinterred and then re-buried deeper underground leaving land above for new graves.(12) Some bodies were found in rusty coffins, some as much as 10 years old, that had evidently been buried and then later disinterred .(13) But that would be no different from somebody disinterring a 20-year-old volume of the Commonwealth Law Reports and recounting what happened in some case.(14) Similarly, she's not hanging about to be told whether the show which made her is to be disinterred .(15) It isn't empty; only the bodies had been disinterred .(16) In 1648 his remains were disinterred and buried under a dunghill, but after the Restoration they were restored to their original resting place.
1. exhume ::
2. unearth ::
3. dig up ::
4. disentomb ::
1. bury ::
2. entomb ::
3. inter ::
4. tomb ::
Different Formsdisinter, disinterest, disinterests, disinterment, disinters
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