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bury

To cover out of sight, as the body of a deceased in a grave, a tomb or the ocean; to deposit (e.g., a corpse) in its resting place, with funeral ceremonies; to inter.
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A man may have as much wisdom in the possession of an affluent fortune, as any beggar in the streets; or may enjoy a handsome wife or a hearty friend, and still remain as wise as any sour popish recluse, who buries all his social faculties, and starves his belly while he well lashes his back.
buries his nose in the mire again, and waddles down the gutter: comforting himself with the reflection that there is one snout the less to anticipate stray cabbage-stalks, at any rate.
Because some people think the practice is a silly superstition, Moore said, he sometimes buries the statues without telling the homeowner.