entomb entomb /ɛn ˈtum/
- (v) place in a grave or tomb
- Workers from the National Atomic Energy Commission are preparing to entomb the lead container, the cesium and other contaminated material in concrete.
- Nisbet could find only one state-approved electronics hauler, which promised for $6,000 to entomb 300 pieces of e-waste in concrete before taking it all to a landfill.
- Rosen called the effort the first step in a plan to ''entomb'' the entire reactor in concrete.
- A Bronx man who killed his ex-girlfriend and chopped up her body told a jury in Hackensack on Tuesday that voices in his head told him to randomly pick a home in Teaneck, where he tried to entomb the woman’s body in concrete.on July 24, 2013 Source: The Record