They are even more; for they intensify them, embalm them, and preserve them from evaporating.
The persons who embalm the bodies are artists who have learnt this secret from their ancestors.
I loved it and left it on the stalk, in the true Emersonian spirit, and here I do my little best to embalm its memory.
"But they will require the uninjured corpse of you, to embalm it," said Pentaur.
A tear or two—brushed away as soon as they come—is all that youth gives to embalm such treasure of love!
With delight, it is to be hoped; my poem will embalm your memory for posterity.
God knows how I embalm every such day,—I do not believe that one of the forty is confounded with another in my memory.
We treasure a good thing when we hear it, and love to embalm it.
Kings and Princes are open'd, and have their Hearts and Bowels taken out, and embalm'd.
"They will not bring them here; they will not embalm them," said she.
embalm em·balm (ěm-bäm')
v. em·balmed, em·balm·ing, em·balms
To treat a corpse with preservatives in order to prevent decay.