catafalque

[ kat-uh-fawk, -fawlk, -falk ]SEE DEFINITION OF catafalque

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Prepare the catafalque in St. Martin's church, and place it before the altar!

The catafalque bore a notice to the effect that he had abjured heresy.

Then he rose, as pale as death, and walked up the steps of the catafalque.

Boris could not imagine how any human being could sleep in such a catafalque.

The whole appearance of the catafalque was tasteful and elegant.

In the center of it arose the catafalque, which was octagonal in form.

With inimitable grace she knelt down on one side of the catafalque.

I'm not a Catafalque, Chlorine, so it—it can't interfere with me.

I failed to quell it, as every Catafalque, however brave and resolute, has failed yet.

She envied her father's friend who lay in some catafalque across the square.

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