Sepulchral



adjective
1.
of, relating to, or serving as a tomb.
2.
of or relating to burial.
3.
proper to or suggestive of a tomb; funereal or dismal.
4.
hollow and deep:
sepulchral tones.
adjective
1.
suggestive of a tomb; gloomy
2.
of or relating to a sepulchre

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    noun 1. the act of placing in a sepulcher or tomb; burial. 2. sepulcher; tomb. noun 1. the act of placing in a sepulchre 2. an archaic word for sepulchre

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