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
Bearing the name Mark Kelley, staff searched the internet for an obituary, said Terry Wheeler, who works maintenance at Goodwill, and found the man had died in New Mexico and was a Korean War veteran.
D’Elia worked at NY1 News and CNBC, later becoming a Technical Production Supervisor for Squawk Box, according to his obituary.
Woodard, who was president of the American Federation of School Administrators, spent 36 years in Detroit Public Schools working as a teacher, guidance counselor, dean of students and assistant principal, according to her obituary.
Her husband worked at Harbison Walker Refractories for 20 years before retiring in 1962, according to his obituary.
Faul was known to hypnotize himself before starts, bite the heads off live parakeets and eat live toads, according to his Enquirer obituary.
Read this: Meet Guy, Meghan Markle's royal beagle puppy from Kentucky Daniels leaves behind one daughter, four sons and three grandchildren, according to his Courier Journal obituary.
According to the obituary, the student, who was buried at George Washington Memorial Park on Monday, was survived by her parents, a twin sister, two brothers, and her grandparents.
But in his baseball life, no matter what came before or what comes next, the very first line of his baseball obituary will be that he was busted for PEDs.
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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
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