Examples of cemetery in a Sentence
many of the soldiers who died in the battle are buried in a cemetery nearby
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Herzog said many people coming to the fest have family buried at the cemetery.
Experts agree an official cemetery is necessary to avoid clandestine burials in the city’s green zones and downtown parks.
Antique vehicles were on display in the southern end of the cemetery.
Graveyard dip Take a trip through a dark cemetery at night with a satiating (and scream-inducing) snack.
The Harrison Avenue cemetery was adjacent to the former Bethel Baptist Church and was established in the early 1800s.
As with all of his ceremonial appearances as president — visits to cemeteries, hugs bestowed on children afflicted by disaster, flags waved amid floods — his attempt at stillness and adherence to script were an odd sight.
But just this week, the BBC reported that the cemetery in question was vandalized.
He’s buried in my church cemetery, along with dozens of other Confederate veterans.
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Origin and Etymology of cemetery
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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