inhumed


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in·hume

 (ĭn-hyo͞om′)
tr.v. in·humed, in·hum·ing, in·humes
To place in a grave; bury.

[French inhumer, from Old French, from Latin inhumāre : in-, in; see in-2 + humus, earth; see dhghem- in Indo-European roots.]

in′hu·ma′tion n.
in·hum′er n.
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Adj.1.inhumed - placed in a grave; "the hastily buried corpses"
References in classic literature ?
It was, however, two years before poor Milligan ceased to complain that they had buried the leg in so narrow a box that it was straitened for room; he could feel the pain shooting up from the inhumed fragment into the living members.
For his part, Martyr Qassem Fahd Hatoum was buried in Radouf, while martyr Sheikh Mahdi Youssef Moqdad was inhumed in Rawdat al-Shahidayn in Ghobeiry, according to the news agency.