How To Use Entombment In A Sentence

  • The town's cemetery is packed to overflowing, and unless families can pay the requisite sum for eternal entombment, bodies are evicted after five years.
  • John's lamp light lasted for the first few hours of his entombment and from then on he was in total darkness.
  • A triptych representing shallow boxes glowing orange and located high in a blue field, it evokes both birth and entombment.
  • There is an element of _stiacciato_ in the Entombment, giving it the air of a mystery rather than of an historical fact. Donatello, by Lord Balcarres
  • There are even a few secular historians who believe that Jesus' body was eaten by dogs, and that his acolytes fabricated the story of a reverential entombment as a sort of coping mechanism.
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  • Sistine chapel, to deposit it in the Capella Paolina, another chapel in the Vatican; — a ceremony emblematical of the entombment of the Pictures from Italy
  • He was also one of the first American paleontologists to draw attention to taphonomic processes: the environments of death, decay, burial, and entombment.
  • In the final scene, sulfur-hued powder flurried down on the group, resulting in a ghostly entombment.
  • This statement, along with a raft of other utterances Rothko made over the years, has given rise to an art critics 'cottage industry: lending narrative interpretations -- from nativities to entombments -- to his paintings. Darkness Into Light
  • It's either that or their entombment in the glass case in a museum, heroic monuments to ‘the modern movement’ being carefully protected from too much light.
  • The solution is entombment in the deep sediments of abyssal plains in the oceans that now cover 71 percent of the planet.
  • Their passage through the rock tunnel was quicker on the return trip for they were confident of their way and feared no pitfalls hidden in the gloomy darkness, and they were impelled by a sense of entrapment and a growing fear of entombment.
  • The name must derive however from a word used for "burial" or "entombment" built on the verb mas since its participle form masu is found twice in the Cippus Perusinus CPer A.xiv, A.xvii. Pyrgi Tablets and the burial of the sun

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