Noun(1) box in which a corpse is buried or cremated(2) small and often ornate box for holding jewels or other valuables
Verb(1) enclose in a casket
(1) Inside, in one of the mirrored and gilded rooms that glitter and preen like a self-conscious jewel casket , is warmer.(2) This social comedy takes on new height when Tony attempts to help Constance and her lover elope with her casket of jewels.(3) He gave it to my mother to clutch to her chest as the casket was lowered into the ground.(4) On cue they lifted the gray box and stepped forward as one, sliding the casket into the hearse.(5) It's the photograph that we remember: a picture of the dead black boy in his casket , his face bloated, mutilated, no longer human.(6) Most of the kids from school who knew him made an effort to show up, and a sea of black surrounding the casket where he lay.(7) The escort carries with him or her a flag during the flight which is then draped over the casket upon arrival.(8) A scroll with details of why it is being given will be presented in a wooden casket .(9) Thunder rolled viciously as the six men carried the rough-hewn casket containing the body of the kingdom's youngest princess.(10) The pack consists of a casket containing the Aborigine Flag, a number of didgeridoos, as well as various tools used by the Aborigine people who spent their lives as hunters and gatherers in order to survive.(11) During the wake, which can last up to three or four days, the casket is left open, and the mourners can kneel and say a prayer.(12) She took from her jewel casket all her finest brooches and pins, and chose again the silver one covered with garnets, as it was largest and most beautiful.(13) a small brass casket containing four black opals(14) Police top brass carry the casket , wrapped in the colours of the South African flag, to the grave.(15) The thieves get away with the casket but not the jewels, which Lizzie has extracted for safe keeping.(16) An archaeologist was digging in the Negev Desert in Israel when he came upon a casket containing a mummy.
(1) cinerary casket :: Casged lludw
1. coffin ::
2. box ::
Different Formscasket, caskets
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