To put into or preserve in a casket
- A gasket See Gasket
- A small upper body or field esp of rich product or decorative character for jewels an such like
- enclose in a casket
- field which a corpse is buried or cremated
- tiny and sometimes embellished box for keeping jewels or other valuables
- a little chest or package, esp. of wealthy material or decorative personality, for jewels, etc.
- A kind of burial situation.
- any such thing containing or meant to include one thing extremely esteemed
- your body.
- The tomb.
- a novel of alternatives.
- A gasket. See Gasket.
- to place into, or protect in, a casket.
Who is into the casket inside you
mid-15c., "tiny box for jewels, etc.," perhaps a diminutive of English cask, or from a corruption of Middle French casset (see cassette). Indicating "coffin" is US English, most likely euphemistic, attested by 1832.Caskets! a vile contemporary term, which compels an individual ... to shrink ... from idea of being buried anyway. [Hawthorne, "Our Old Home," 1863]
These consisted of five vessels, two vases, a bowl and a casket being made of steatite, and the fifth, also a bowl, of crystal.