Examples of obituary in a Sentence
I read her obituary in the newspaper.
several obituaries for Herman Melville portrayed him as an obscure, largely forgotten author
Recent Examples of obituary from the Web
Material from The New York Times was used in this obituary.
Frank Wood, a 25-year-old from Jackson, Ohio, will be buried in Franklin, N.C., on Saturday because that's where one of his two surviving relatives lives, a niece, according to his obituary.
This could be an obituary for a child of your Edward and Mary Louise McMillan.
Someone will make a pass or a steal that will be mentioned in his obituary.
But many Orange County residents aren't familiar with the man cited in his Oct. 9, 1932, Los Angeles Times obituary for his philanthropy and ability to attract investment in Southern California.
Perhaps partly for that reason, obituaries for Graham invariably note his involvement in Republican politics.
Lahm then dived into just about every detail that made her father so distinctly lovable – details others might consider minute or maybe even out of place for an obituary.
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OBITUARY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of obituary for English Language Learners
: an article in a newspaper about the life of someone who has died recently
OBITUARY Defined for Kids
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