Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To put or inclose in a coffin.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb rare To put in a coffin.

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  • verb To place or enclose in a coffin.

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Examples

  • In the scene where they're making the video about how to encoffin and I had to wear some adult diapers, he really pushed me to do what I would consider "overacting."

    Brad Balfour: Japanese Film Departures, 2009's Foreign Language Oscar Winner, Illuminates Asian Rituals of Death

  • Pym shows absolutely no surprise at the notion that he is to encoffin himself and sit around in the dark for a few days; it is treated as an entirely routine part of stowing away.

    Kaleidoglide

  • Pym shows absolutely no surprise at the notion that he is to encoffin himself and sit around in the dark for a few days; it is treated as an entirely routine part of stowing away.

    Kaleidoglide

  • In the scene where they're making the video about how to encoffin and I had to wear some adult diapers, he really pushed me to do what I would consider "overacting."

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