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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of caskets

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of caskets:
/kæskəts/

Derived Form of caskets

noun
root word: casket
plural: caskets
verb
root word: casket
third person: caskets
past: casketed
past participle: casketed
present participle: casketing
Noun: casket
1
box in which a corpse is buried or cremated
Synonymscoffins,
Type ofboxes,
Typesbiers, sarcophagi,
2
small and often ornate box for holding jewels or other valuables
Synonymsjewel casket*,
Type ofboxes,
Verb: casket
1
enclose in a casket
Type ofencloses, incloses, shuts in,

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  2. thats the one. Pale skin, red lips, likes to hang out in caskets.
  3. So before I pass away, I think we've covered everything here. Right? Rest in peace, caskets,
  4. was buried in six huge caskets
  5. Instead of watching their parents caskets get buried in the ground, the police ordered
  6. what the enemy wanted to do was roll seven caskets
  7. Not all funeral services have open caskets.
  8. Some families choose to have closed caskets.
  9. He easily gains access through the wide-open door and immediately find pieces of caskets
  10. and often include imperishable metal caskets and concrete burial vaults.
  11. With green burial there is no embalming, only wood or wicker caskets,
  12. These caskets are over 300 years old and contain actual human remains.
  13. An old church and cemetery used to be here in the 1700s, and all of the caskets were
  14. This means for hundreds of years people have been walking overtop these unmarked caskets
  15. Denis Diderot inscribed on one of the caskets.
  16. clearly visible through the caskets.
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  18. The caskets they carried were just luggage trunks that had their clothes in them.
  19. the caskets they carried with them.
  20. They carried their caskets to the Ursuline convent that was to be their home until they