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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of casket.

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Examples

  • All remains, mostly small pieces of dried skin, are "casketed" with 350 pounds of other such material for eventual incorporation into a memorial.

    9/11 put anonymous faces on the front page of history

  • It was three weeks since the adventure of the garret, and I possessed in that case, box, drawer up-stairs, casketed with that first letter, four companions like to it, traced by the same firm pen, sealed with the same clear seal, full of the same vital comfort.

    Villette

  • What hope is there for the person who would like to forgo the ministrations awaiting him in the preparation room, to avoid being cosmetized, casketed, and transferred to repose in the slumber room?

    The Undertaker's Racket

  • He will find it all there, enclosed and casketed -- "a box where sweets compacted lie."

    Brother Copas

  • At least, the best treasure of Mrs. Bretton's life was certainly casketed in her son's bosom; her dearest pulse throbbed in his heart.

    Villette

  • "One of the hardest phone calls I've ever had is from a widow who wanted to bury her husband at Fort Rosecrans and we didn't have casketed space available," Kirk Leopard, Miramar

    FOXNews.com

  • How must these very turrets have made the hearts of the young galliards thrill, as they first discerned them from afar, rising from among the trees, and pictured to themselves the beauties casketed like gems within these walls!

    Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists

  • How must these very turrets have made the hearts of the young galliards thrill as they first discerned them from afar, rising from among the trees, and pictured to themselves the beauties casketed like gems within these walls!

    Bracebridge Hall

  • The nearby Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery closed to first interment casketed burials in

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The two National Cemeteries in the area have closed to full-casketed funerals and are only interring cremin remains.

    DaddyBlogger.com

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