interment

[in-tur-muhnt]
noun
the act or ceremony of interring; burial.

Origin:
1300–50; inter + -ment; replacing Middle English enter(e)ment < Middle French enterrement

reinterment, noun

interment, internment.
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interment (ɪnˈtɜːmənt)
 
n
burial, esp with ceremonial rites

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Example sentences
In the industrialised world, formal burial in a coffin is still the preferred method of interment.
At his request there will be no service and interment will be private.
His interment was located at its cemetery greenwood memorial park.
But they did not come close to the interment, on an island in an ornamental lake on the estate.
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