embalm

[ US /ɛmˈbɑm/ ]
[ UK /ɛmbˈɑːm/ ]
VERB
  1. preserve a dead body
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How To Use embalm In A Sentence

  • Blair's answer should be embalmed in the Labour party constitution, perhaps as a better substitute for the old clause four.
  • I identified the frightful ingredients masking the mixtures of tannin and powdered carbon with which the fish was embalmed; and I penetrated the disguise of the marinated meats, painted with sauces the colour of sewage; and I diagnosed the wine as being coloured with fuscin, perfumed with furfurol, and enforced with molasses and plaster. Là-bas
  • Embalmers are advised of the protective clothing required both for handling the chemicals and the deceased persons themselves.
  • ‘But, if the body was dissected, it could not be treated with embalming fluids at all,’ Chen said.
  • Tromp would maunder over and over of how Johannes Maartens and the cunies robbed the kings on Tabong Mountain, each embalmed in his golden coffin with an embalmed maid on either side; and of how these ancient proud ones crumbled to dust within the hour while the cunies cursed and sweated at junking the coffins. Chapter 15
  • Kristen Chenoweth could totally play Makino, the embalmer. February « 2010 « The Manga Curmudgeon
  • The most interesting part of your post Bock was that Magee called the embalmer and not the police when JPI died. Irish Blogs
  • He said it had been difficult because the body had been embalmed.
  • I was so rudely interrupted, the one thing only that can balm and embalm this savage breast is the ‘Maiden’s CHAPTER III
  • A good book is the precious life-blood of a master spirit, embalmed and treasured up on purpose to a life beyond life. John Milton 
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