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What is the meaning of Bury in English? What Bury means? How do you use the word Bury? What is another word for Bury? What is the opposite of Bury?

Similar Words: buryings, burying-place, burying-ground, burying yourself in, burying the hatchet, burying places, burying place, burying oneself in, burying ones head sand

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Word Example of - Bury

Example Sentences for bury

He's going away to bury his heart while he's studying the thingamajigs.

We must put all our provisions back in the casks, and bury them in the sand.

And to bury the memory of Maxime Valois forever is his task.

"Bury all these men," said Hamilton, and spent a beastly night in the forest.

I can't keep her hove-to much longer, for this simple reason as she'll bury herself and us.

Shall we die here in this empty land with no one to bury us?

Hugh wished the remaining roof of the chapel might fall in and bury him yards deep.

We had left him dead in the halls of the goddess, since we had no time to bury him.

Why, those plaguey animals are piling up block after block, intending to bury us alive!

Come on, Frank, I will bury you in the hay,' and Tom snatched up an armful.

Word Origin & History of - Bury

    Word Origin & History

    bury O.E. byrgan "to raise a mound, hide, bury, inter," akin to beorgan "to shelter," from P.Gmc. *burzjanan "protection, shelter" (cf. O.N. bjarga, Sw. berga, Ger. bergen, Goth. bairgan "to save, preserve"), from PIE base *bhergh- "protect, preserve" (cf. O.C.S. brego "I preserve, guard"). The O.E. -y- was a short "oo" sound, like modern Fr. -u-. It normally transformed into Mod.Eng. -i- (cf. bridge, kiss, listen, sister), but in bury and a few other words (merry, knell) it retains a Kentish change to "e" that took place in the late O.E. period. In the West Midlands, meanwhile, the O.E. -y- sound ...persisted, slightly modified over time, giving the standard modern pronunciation of blush, much, church.

The Definition of - Bury (noun)

    verb (used with object), buried, burying.
    1.
    to put in the ground and cover with earth:
    The pirates buried the chest on the island.
    2.
    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.
    3.
    to plunge in deeply; cause to sink in:
    to bury an arrow in a target.
    4.
    to cover in order to conceal from sight:
    She buried the card in the deck.
    5.
    to immerse (oneself):
    He buried himself in his work.
    6.
    to put out of one's mind:
    to bury an insult.
    7.
    to consign to obscurity; cause to appear insignificant by assigning to an unimportant location, position, etc.:
    Her name was buried in small print at the end of the book.
    noun, plural buries.
    8.
    Nautical. housing1 (def 8a, b).
    Idioms
    9.
    bury one's head in the sand, to avoid reality; ignore the facts of a situation:
    You cannot continue to bury your head in the sand—you must learn to face facts.
    10.
    bury the hatchet, to become reconciled or reunited.