We wish, in short, to disinter the ‘good’ that lies with these bones.
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy looked on as Pollard began to disinter the president with the backhoe.
Great was his anxiety when, the national danger over, he came down to disinter his hoard.
"Fear so," I answered, "but we'll look;" and painfully we began to disinter him.
It takes up several pages and includes some of the fanciest language the senior Mr. Harper could disinter from the Unabridged.
He had sought to get permission to disinter the treasure, and had not succeeded.
I put the hand in my pocket, but as darkness was coming on, I could not pursue the research and disinter the block.
But little effort has been made at any time to disinter the city.
The Catholics having discovered the place where he was buried determined to disinter him.
You did not tell them to break down a wall and disinter a body?