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Synonyms for casket

box

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coffin

Synonyms for casket

box in which a corpse is buried or cremated

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small and often ornate box for holding jewels or other valuables

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enclose in a casket

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Some suitors choose the gold, some the silver casket, but all, princes, barons, counts, and dukes, alike choose wrong.
There, I open the caskets without a key, for I am a trap-door lover and I open and shut what I please and as I please.
He produced the little casket, and made exactly the same application which he had afterwards made to me.
Buckingham took the casket, and fell a second time on his knees.
A FUNERAL director is taking the coughin' out of coffin with low-emission caskets that produce less pollution.
Protection was especially needed by funeral directors in Eastern and Midwestern states where nearly every merchant who sold furniture could include a line of caskets in his wares, and thus threaten the very existence of recognized establishments.
Ezeani further disclosed that the use of caskets costing huge amounts of money would no longer be tolerated in public glare.
The Archdiocese of Manila is offering indigent families used caskets or coffins for free for those with no money to spare for funeral expenses for their dead.
Biodegradable coffin and urn options range from the Ecopod, a vessel made of recycled newspaper and mulberry pulp, to hand-built caskets crafted out of native, sustainably harvested wood.
When it comes to efficiency, building hardwood caskets is no different than manufacturing any other competitive wood product.
Aurora is a manufacturer and distributor of caskets and other products to funeral homes across the United States.
Metal caskets can be fabricated from steel, stainless steel, copper, or bronze.
It has killed at least one person, and moreover, it popped caskets of its graves, making them float just about everywhere.