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Adjective
Placed underground beneath the surface of the earth, typically of the deceased
“They despoil the buried dead by the destruction of the tombs.”
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Concealed or hidden, typically from being covered up
“A neighbor of the deceased confessed to police that he had been in the yard attempting to find the buried treasure.”
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To be kept secret
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“I can see why certain people would want to keep this information buried.”
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Having been forgotten or lost
“Her former lover is well versed in the art and danger of bringing the buried secrets of the glorious past back into the light of civilization.”
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Existing in a dormant or latent state
“Symptoms help you get in touch with your buried feelings. They are like messengers from the unconscious.”
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To be concentrating on, or engrossed by, a task or activity
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“The Professor was buried in his work and existed for nothing else.”
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Located out of sight
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Placed within
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(of a person's eyes or cheeks) Deeply recessed, especially as a result of illness, hunger, or stress
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Situated beneath the surface of the ground
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Extending deep or very far down
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No longer alive
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Farthest from the surface or external part
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Overwhelmed with emotion
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Past tense for to embed or implant into a ground or surface
“He heard the bullet exit the podium and bury itself deep into the floor behind Adams.”
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Past tense for to lay to rest after death, typically in the ground
“Billy goes home and prepares a box to bury Old Dan in.”
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Past tense for to completely submerge or engulf in something
“Jolting along the river-bed-turned-road, I hoped desperately for no rain, realizing that even a shower could bury us in mud.”
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Past tense for to conceal or hide from view, sometimes figuratively
“He is convinced that the accountant is a crook and liable to bury the evidence.”
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Past tense for to stifle or refrain from openly expressing
“He had to bury his contempt for his patient and act professionally.”
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Past tense for to involve oneself deeply in something, especially to the exclusion of other concerns
“The Flosses bury themselves deeply in denial, while Joe struggles with an unspoken regret.”
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Past tense for to not think about something anymore
“Is it not right that I should bury the past and turn over a new leaf?”
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Past tense for to comprehensively defeat
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“The home side would absolutely bury the other team in a landslide of goals.”
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Past tense for to defeat, subdue or overcome with superior strength
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Past tense for to overwhelm with large amounts or quantities
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Past tense for to forcibly put an end to
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Past tense for to implant or insert firmly in or on something
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Past tense for to envelop completely and hide from view
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Emboweled or embowelled
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Past tense for to excuse or disregard as unimportant or insignificant
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Past tense for go beyond in performance
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Past tense for bring to an end
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Past tense for to place into the ground or soil to grow
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Past tense for to frustrate or prevent (someone) from achieving an aim
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Past tense for to put aside or into storage, typically as a result of having collected a surplus of
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