Cemetery (noun)

  1. A place where dead bodies are buried, usually in graves or tombs, often with headstones or markers to identify them.
  2. A burial ground.

Origin:

From old french cimetiere, from latin coemeterium, from greek koimeterion, from koiman ("to put to slee.p")

Examples:

  1. He walked through the cemetery and read the inscriptions on the headstones.
  2. The cemetery was old and overgrown.
  3. The family visited the cemetery on Memorial Day to place flowers on their loved one's grave.
  4. The cemetery was the final resting place for many of the city's notable figures.
  5. The cemetery was full of mausoleums and crypts.
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