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disinter

verb
     
dis‧in‧ter past tense and past participle disinterred, present participle disinterring [transitive] formal
1 to dig and remove a dead body from a grave [≠ inter]
2 to find or use something that has been lost or not used for a long time:
She disinterred two frozen TV dinners from the freezer.

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