mausoleum[ maw-suh-lee-uh m, -zuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF mausoleum
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAUSOLEUM
The revisiting of old scenes is like walking into a mausoleum.
But you know that my memory is merely a mausoleum of proper names.
And they went likewise to see the figure of our Lawgiver in the Pope's mausoleum.
One could not mistake a group from the temple at Phigaleia for a group from the Mausoleum.
His remains were afterwards removed to the mausoleum at Frogmore.
Augustus was not the first member of the family to occupy the mausoleum.
The vicissitudes of the mausoleum did not end with this change of religion and ownership.
This mausoleum is considered to be the most remarkable sight in Japan.
There are two peaks; the mausoleum is situated on one, the monument on the other.
The mausoleum of William the Silent is in the middle of the church.