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inter in Death topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinterin‧ter /ɪnˈtɜː $ -ˈtɜːr/ verb (interred, interring) [transitive] formal  MXto bury a dead person→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
interCrusaris-inter-city multiple-units.Histological examination Day 3: The biopsies showed moderate to severe inter and intracellular oedema.Fieldmice and hawks are interred at Buto.They were unable to answer the question why they were interred here.The unfortunate gents are then unceremoniously interred in the sisters' basement.Eve's ashes are interred under a great oak at Mottisfont Abbey in Hampshire.Visions of dreamers were too frequently interred with their spirits.