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All his family are buried in the same cemetery.
Diane screamed as the dog buried its teeth in her arm.
The bullet had buried itself in the floorboards.
feelings of anger that had been buried for years
She buried her face in her hands with embarrassment.
Her parents had been burying their heads in the sand about the problem.
Some people bury themselves in their work when their relationships end.
This is the British English definition of bury. View American English definition of bury.
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