sepulture

[ sep-uh l-cher ]
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEPULTURE

She was put into a vault which this Turk had for the sepulture of his family.

Cutha was a favourite place of sepulture with the Babylonians.

All the meed of the tomb, all the solace of sepulture, I give freely.

Sepulture was generally therefore forbidden; but in consequence of Deut.

The tumulus may be considered as the most simple and the most ancient form of sepulture.

This subterranean mode of sepulture is undoubtedly of Egyptian origin.

The place is commonly used for tombs and places of sepulture for the dead.

Thus we were able to arrive at the system of sepulture employed by this unknown race.

This was a very ancient structure, and probably a place of sepulture.

They were evidently excavated for worship, not for sepulture.

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