Definition of rebury in English:

rebury

Line breaks: re¦bury
Pronunciation: /riːˈbɛri
 
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verb (reburies, reburying, reburied)

[with object]
Bury again: the dead were disinterred and reburied in Santa Fe
More example sentences
  • No one has yet requested to have relatives re-interred at Gorton, Manchester General or Phillips Park cemeteries, which means all the others will be reburied at Bury.
  • Jay found the sovereigns, either in the lighthouse or in the garden, and he buried or reburied them in the garden.
  • ‘There is also the question of how long somebody should have been buried before we can consider removing or reburying their remains in this way,’ he said.

Derivatives

reburial

noun
More example sentences
  • The group also wants the government to contribute to the costs of the exhumations, including DNA testing and dignified reburials.
  • The figure was revealed today as the row over reburials took a new twist when town hall chiefs offered a compromise.
  • Relatives of many of the people buried say the town hall should pay for private reburials.

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Word of the day flagitious
Pronunciation: fləˈdʒɪʃəs
adjective
(of a person or their actions) criminal; villainous