a person, animal, or thing that buries.
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a person or thing that buries
to put in the ground and cover with earth: The pirates buried the chest on the island. to put (a corpse) in the ground or a vault, or into the sea, often with ceremony: They buried the sailor with full military honors. to plunge in deeply; cause to sink in: to bury an arrow in […]
a tempered steel rod, with a lozenge-shaped point and a rounded handle, used for engraving furrows in metal. a similar tool used by marble workers. a prehistoric pointed or chisellike flint tool. Contemporary Examples Report: Israel Finds Tunnels Under West Bank Wall Orly Halpern June 13, 2013 Historical Examples History of the Girondists, Volume I […]
noun a slender tapering skyscraper in Dubai; completed in 2009; the world’s tallest man-made structure, standing at 818m (2684 ft)
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