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disinter (v.)

"take out of a grave or of the earth, exhume," 1610s, from French désenterrer (15c.), from dés- (see dis-) + enterrer "to inter" (see inter). Related: Disinterred; disinterment.

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Definitions of disinter

disinter (v.)
dig up for reburial or for medical investigation; of dead bodies;
Synonyms: exhume
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