The burial of a corpse in a grave or tomb, typically with funeral rites: the day of interment interments took place in the churchyard
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- She died in Canada on Monday, August 1, and her funeral services and interment took place in Vancouver.
- Proof of his popularity was the large number of mourners at both his funeral and interment.
- Following Requiem Mass interment took place in Towerhill cemetery.
Interment, which means ‘burial,’ should not be confused with internment, which means ‘imprisonment.’.