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Things mummy often describes (“mummy ________”)
cases, case, cloth, pits, cloths, wheat, wrappings, form, brown, bundles, bandages, chamber, powder, dust, apples, no., pit, restraint, jan, dear, apple, bundle, worship, wrapping, fashion, truths, portrait, portraits, darling, head, clothes, osiris, bags, cartonnage, coffins, wrap, makers, board, god, labels, room, disease, making, cave, research, caves, masks, baby, face, chests, wraps, beads, style, smell, bands, tissue, mask, bag, linen, berry, king, christ, letters, image, complex, tongue, skin, coffin, celia, cry, flesh, tissues, kissums, magic, fiction, packs, painting, shape, preservation, grape, calf, couch, bale, wolves, paintings, eating, jackals, legs

Descriptive words:
egyptian, old, poor, royal, little, dear, peruvian, ancient, black, female, real, animated, dearest, green, unwrapped, powdered, complete, august, natural, embalmed, male, actual, brown, dead, dry, mere, withered, fine, oldest, shriveled, dried, perfect, noble, columbian, shrivelled, nice, indian, desiccated, bad, beautiful, famous, inca, dark, genuine, frozen, tiny, precious, shrunken, swathed, blue, live, headed, miniature, hideous, sacred, dusty, remarkable, stuffed, gilded, golden, galvanized, wrinkled, sovereign, petrified, looking, andean, karast, aleutian, upright, gracious

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See mummy used in context: 96 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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