Adjective(1) suited to or suggestive of a grave or burial
(1) A funeral service was taking place today at Scarborough Crematorium followed by a wake at a local pub.(2) Today we travel down to the West to do the funeral service and burial for Grandma on Saturday.(3) Shocked regulars are holding a wake for him at the pub after his funeral service at Southend Crematorium next Tuesday.(4) in the afternoon, he'd attended a funeral(5) The couple attended the funeral service with their younger daughter, Sarah, 14.(6) The villages through which the funeral passed had all the shutters up in respect for his memory.(7) Recently I attended the funeral service of a man who retired less than one year ago.(8) She was trussed up in a fashion resembling preparation for a ritual funeral service.(9) The funeral service and cremation will be held at Scholemoor Cemetery tomorrow at 1pm.(10) The large attendances at his funeral services showed the deep respect in which he was held in the parish.(11) The funeral service is at Haltemprice Crematorium on Wednesday at noon.(12) The gentleman was on his way to Oklahoma with his wife and six kids to preach a funeral .(13) the community would call him to preach the funeral(14) Marion was unable to travel from America but was able to attend the funeral service in Sydney.(15) His funeral service had to be delayed owing to his death being so far away from home.(16) a funeral service
1. somber ::
2. dark ::
3. sepulchral ::
1. bright ::
2. cheerful ::
3. cheery ::
4. cordial ::
5. festive ::
6. friendly ::
7. gay ::
Different Formsfunereal, funereally
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