Charnel [noun]

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The factory had indeed become a charnel-house, it being useless for the chiefs to admonish their men to keep under cover.

Its door an entrance to a living charnel-house, its iron-barred windows but the outlook of hell!

I was in the pit, the abyss, the human cesspool, the shambles and the charnel-house of our civilization.

The spectacle now under their eyes was itself sufficiently disagreeable, seeming a very charnel-house.

No scavenger shark, no carrion crab, ever chambered more grisly secrets in his digestive processes than this big charnel bird.

The bright world had become a place of skulls, a charnel house, a prison whose iron walls were closing in on him eternally.

The two religious structures characteristic of Brittany—calvaries and charnel-houses—are frequently met with.

That of a vegetable-eater is perfectly sweet, while that of a flesh-eater is often as offensive as the smell of a charnel-house.

A hundred paces toward the east is the charnel-house of the hospital of St. John, where they used to put the bones of dead men.

One moiety of it is taken up by a square fabric twelve yards high, built for a charnel-house.