rebury


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Related to rebury: exhume

rebury

(riːˈbɛrɪ)
vb (tr) , -buries, -burying or -buried
to bury (something, esp a dead body) in the ground again

rebury


Past participle: reburied
Gerund: reburying

Imperative
rebury
rebury
Present
I rebury
you rebury
he/she/it reburies
we rebury
you rebury
they rebury
Preterite
I reburied
you reburied
he/she/it reburied
we reburied
you reburied
they reburied
Present Continuous
I am reburying
you are reburying
he/she/it is reburying
we are reburying
you are reburying
they are reburying
Present Perfect
I have reburied
you have reburied
he/she/it has reburied
we have reburied
you have reburied
they have reburied
Past Continuous
I was reburying
you were reburying
he/she/it was reburying
we were reburying
you were reburying
they were reburying
Past Perfect
I had reburied
you had reburied
he/she/it had reburied
we had reburied
you had reburied
they had reburied
Future
I will rebury
you will rebury
he/she/it will rebury
we will rebury
you will rebury
they will rebury
Future Perfect
I will have reburied
you will have reburied
he/she/it will have reburied
we will have reburied
you will have reburied
they will have reburied
Future Continuous
I will be reburying
you will be reburying
he/she/it will be reburying
we will be reburying
you will be reburying
they will be reburying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reburying
you have been reburying
he/she/it has been reburying
we have been reburying
you have been reburying
they have been reburying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reburying
you will have been reburying
he/she/it will have been reburying
we will have been reburying
you will have been reburying
they will have been reburying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reburying
you had been reburying
he/she/it had been reburying
we had been reburying
you had been reburying
they had been reburying
Conditional
I would rebury
you would rebury
he/she/it would rebury
we would rebury
you would rebury
they would rebury
Past Conditional
I would have reburied
you would have reburied
he/she/it would have reburied
we would have reburied
you would have reburied
they would have reburied
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.rebury - bury again; "After the king's body had been exhumed and tested to traces of poison, it was reburied in the same spot"
lay, put down, repose - put in a horizontal position; "lay the books on the table"; "lay the patient carefully onto the bed"
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