buried


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Synonyms for buried

Synonyms for buried

lying beyond what is obvious or avowed

Synonyms for buried

placed in a grave

Antonyms

References in classic literature ?
Why should a wretched man -- guilty, we will say, of murder -- prefer to keep the dead corpse buried in his own heart, rather than fling it forth at once, and let the universe take care of it
So she drew her mother away, skipping, dancing, and frisking fantastically among the hillocks of the dead people, like a creature that had nothing in common with a bygone and buried generation, nor owned herself akin to it.
These accounts of pots of money and Spanish treasures, buried here and there and everywhere about the rocks and bays of these wild shores, made him almost dizzy.
2] Caskets of buried jewels, chests of ingots, and barrels of outlandish coins seemed to court him from their concealments, and supplicate him to relieve them from their untimely graves.
Wolfert Webber was now in a worry of trepidation and impatience, fearful lest some rival adventurer should get a scent of the buried gold.
Had Wolfert Webber been deeply read in romantic legend he might have fancied himself entering upon forbidden, enchanted ground, or that these were some of the guardians set to keep watch upon buried treasure.
It occurred to him that it might be well to remember just where the thing was buried, so that he could lead the professor to it should he ever see the old man again.
His long fighting fangs buried themselves in the white throat.
He went up to the place where he had dug the hole and buried the gold pieces.
They took the four gold pieces which you have buried and ran away as fast as the wind.
I managed to make my way forward, but there was little choice of sides, for the weather-rail seemed buried as often as the lee.
But I saw, not the deck, but where the deck should have been, for it was buried beneath a wild tumbling of water.
How great the risk I realized when I was once more buried beneath the pounding seas and clinging for life to the pinrail at the foot of the foremast.
And all that will be buried with you," Saxon mused, "Oh, the extravagance of it
In the old days the great of earth were buried with their live slaves with them.