Examples of morgue in a Sentence
old news stories found in a newspaper morgue
Recent Examples of morgue from the Web
Bodies mounted at the morgue as families wailed in agony.
In the city of Escuintla, about 19 miles from the volcano, family members hunted for their relatives among the dead at a makeshift morgue.
At an ad-hoc morgue in the town of Alotenango, at least three bodies lay covered with blue sheets.
The new Volusia facility would replace the cramped and outdated morgue, autopsy room and office space on Indian Lake Road in Daytona Beach.
Authorities were unable to identify her body, and asked newspapers to publish a photograph from the morgue.
PORT WASHINGTON - Not many people choose to visit Ozaukee County Coroner Tim Deppisch at his morgue in the basement of the Ozaukee County Justice Center.
The new politics is blood sport, one that doesn’t stop at the threshold of the cancer ward, or even the morgue.
In 2015, the Edhi morgue ran out of freezer space after about 650 bodies were brought in over a few days.
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MORGUE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of morgue for English Language Learners
: a place where the bodies of dead people are kept until they are buried or cremated
: a place in the editorial offices of a newspaper, magazine, etc., where old articles and other documents are kept
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