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bury away

1. Literally, to inter (a corpse). A noun or pronoun can be used between "bury" and "away." Many of our family members have been buried away in this cemetery.
2. By extension, to hide something so that others cannot find it. A noun or pronoun can be used between "bury" and "away." The cat always buries her toys away under the couch so that the dog can't take them. Trust me, they're going to bury away those documents so deep that no one will ever be able to track them down.
See also: away, bury

bury someone or something away (some place)

to bury or hide someone or something some place. The dog buried the bone away under a bush. The ex-dictator was buried away in an unmarked grave.
See also: away, bury
References in classic literature ?
You would not imagine how many adventures, how many tragedies, lie buried away out of sight in that Dolorous City; how much horror and beauty lurks there.
Indeed, buried away somewhere on my computer is a half-written, possibly also halfbaked, article arguing strenuously for the removal of metaphor from political debate.
A good amount of 'proper' controls - not a minimalist touchscreen approach where most functions are buried away in the software - enable the driver to feel in command and that adds to the enjoyment.
Too many people end up forgetting what goodies they've got buried away in there.
They deserved better than to be buried away from their families in unmarked graves.
One of the men who had been buried away from the rest had a golden ring with an inscription on his right hand, reading Zygmund Apolonija 11 Sierpnia / 30 Lipca 1862 r.
But the winners' plaques he received for those titles are buried away in a drawer, unseen for years.
If something your customers need is buried away in the depths of your website, it is unlikely they are going to spend their precious time searching for it, especially if your competition makes the effort to provide them with the same information.
8 billion a year on unused fitness equipment Is that rowing machine you simply 'had' to buy now gathering dust in the attic, that fancy heart rate monitor buried away in a drawer?
Risk aversion remains rife while expectations over the Fed raising US rates have been buried away, a touch of dollar weakness could be the catalyst that sends gold prices back towards $1280 as the first key checkpoint," Otunuga said.
Lots of people use it as a store cupboard and end up forgetting what they've got buried away in there.
My captors would have much preferred to keep my voice from being heard and have me remain in solitary confinement where I was buried away in miserable conditions for 18 months, where I witnessed many lose (inaudible) their hope and sanity, where I was told I would be executed by hanging with nobody to reach out to, and where I was not allowed one minute to phone my father, who was and still is fighting for his life with brain cancer.
Buried away on The Coffin Works' website is the advice that there is limited parking outside - because the other side of Fleet Street is for permit holders.
But buried away in the detail is nothing less than a bombshell in the form of how much was paid to Capita last year in the form of dividends - a whopping PS23 million.
We can deal with this argument later but even the Times the other day said returning every work of art to its countries of origin just sees them ill-used and often buried away where a great public never sees them again.