uncoffin

uncoffin

(ʌnˈkɒfɪn)
vb (tr)
archaic to take out of a coffin
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UNCOFFINED MOORINGS Durham-based Uncoffined will perform at the Moorings Bar, Support will be provided by north-east band Bonesaw.
Environment Minister Phil Hogan outlined fresh legislation which will allow families to bury their loved ones "uncoffined".
Mary also records in her diary horrific scenes of the war-torn nation: "widows and orphans--cripples, maimed, wounded;--bleeding, moaning wretches, crawling away from bloody battle-fields, dying with hunger or thirst, or fainting from their wounds beneath a burning Southern sun; and long narrow ditches, where, beneath the yellow clay, lay thousands of mangled, unshrouded, uncoffined men in reeking uniforms" (284).
They throw in Drummer Hodge, to rest Uncoffined - just as found: His landmark is a kopje-crest That breaks the veldt around; And foreign constellations West Each night above his mound.