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funeral home

noun as in establishment where funerals are arranged

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Increasingly, funeral homes are part of larger chains and corporate entities — along with every other element of the business, from caskets to gravestones.

Even the funeral home itself can function as a different sort of entity than the one it’s become.

I can see why people are drawn to that, especially if they live in Southern California, where my funeral home is.

There’s one image in there of a funeral home in New Jersey with the spaced out chairs that seemed so bleak to me.

While it was rare, the funeral home had held some in-person memorial services, where guests wore masks and were required to socially distance, following county health guidelines.

The auction house procured the coffin through a Dallas funeral home.

In The Lay of the Land, Frank met with a failing octogenarian friend and visited a funeral home—and regretted both.

There are technical difficulties at the funeral home and things go awry.

Joel said, “The only time the anger is deeper, more genuine for Walter is at the funeral home.”

The other funeral home is not in operation because it is behind the gargantuan fence and considered part of the red zone.

And the chief of police and Mr. Gregory said, "Well, it would be better to wait until he was at the funeral home and fixed up."

Another person came up, and we also referred him to Poe, that told us the man had run over into the funeral home parking lot.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to funeral home, such as: funeral chapel, funeral church, funeral parlor, funeral residence, and undertaker's establishment.

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