Definition of 'casket'
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In a wooden casket lay this ancestor of local farming people. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The casket was placed on top and secured with wooden brackets. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The casket had small holes so you could catch the scent of roses emitted by the hair. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Find the lead casket and do open that. A Time of War (1993)And we were standing at this open casket and we were weeping together. Christianity Today (2000)The poignant note lay in a bed of roses on an ivory white casket that featured two joker playing cards. The Sun (2016)So she took him along - in a small wooden casket. The Sun (2008)He still had the wooden casket holding the remains of his neighbour from 20 years earlier. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Having examined it, she opened the casket, and took from it a little ointment. The Princess and the Goblin (1872)A simple wooden casket rested inside, at the back, still secured. Times, Sunday Times (2007)HER daddy the King of Pop lay at her feet in the splendour of a golden casket festooned with red roses. The Sun (2009)
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