Definition of Disinterred

1. Verb. (past of disinter) ¹



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Definition of Disinterred

1. disinter [v] - See also: disinter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disinterred

disinterest
disinterested
disinterestedly
disinterestedness
disinteresting
disinterests
disintering
disintermediary
disintermediate
disintermediated
disintermediates
disintermediating
disintermediation
disinterment
disinterments
disinterred (current term)
disinterring
disinters
disinthral
disinthrall
disinthralled
disinthralling
disinthrallment
disinthralls
disinthrals
disintoxicate
disintoxicated
disintoxicates
disintoxicating
disintoxication

Literary usage of Disinterred

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1. An Account of Timbuctoo and Housa: Territories in the Interior of Africa by James Grey Jackson (1820)
"... Body disinterred. When the united armies of Abda and Du- quella were vanquished and dispersed by the Imperial troops, in the neighbourhood of Marocco, ..."

2. Museums Journal by Museums Association (1908)
"disinterred WEALTH OF THE INCAS.β€”One of the largest and most valuable collections of prehistoric gold and silver ornaments so far recovered from the soil of ..."

3. Poems by William Cullen Bryant, John Howard Bryant (1855)
"THE disinterred WARRIOR. G-ATHEE him to his grave again, And solemnly and softly ... disinterred ..."

4. Medical and Physical Researches; Or, Original Memoirs in Medicine, Surgery by Richard Harlan (1835)
"... Observations on a large Skeleton recently disinterred from the mouth of the Mississippi River. THESE bones have excited much curiosity in this country, ..."

5. Popular Geology: A Series of Lectures Read Before the Philosophical by Hugh Miller, Harriet Myrtle (1860)
"... Natural and Artificial, found under them β€” The Sand Dunes of Scotland β€” Human Remains and Works of Art found in them β€” An Old Church disinterred in 1835 ..."

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