crematory

[ kree-muh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee, krem-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF crematory
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They picked him up and took him to a crematory for unknown dead.

The crematory was on the summit of a hill, at the foot of which was the cemetery, where the ashes were interred.

The performer of the crematory rites carries an earthen pot round the pyre.

"That old tub of your Nanni's is about ready for the crematory," Kenwick observed, as he too began putting up his traps.

A visit to the crematory at the early dawn—the hour set apart for burning their dead—is interesting, but horrible, to witness.

It was at the crematory that she began to pray, and, when she reached the crossing, her heart put up a second plea for guidance.

We went to a Chinese crematory and the Temple of Longevity, where if you paid enough you could git a promise of long life.

A young lady in the audience turned to her escort with the remark: "That's a crematory."

Father and I returned to Bareilly soon after the crematory rites for the well-beloved.

These early men burned their dead, and one of the caves in the eastern end of the hill was used as their crematory.

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