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disinter (verb), disinters; disinterred; disinterring
1. To dig up or to remove from a grave or a tomb; to exhume: In the detective story Jenny was reading, Mabel, the leading character, was disinterred in order to have her body re-examined to find out what what really caused her death.
2. To bring to public notice; to disclose: Janice was able to disinter an ancient document about Julius Caesar that has been missing from public knowledge for centuries.
To take out of a grave or a tomb, to exhume.
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