Funerals [noun]

Definition of Funerals:

ceremony for the dead

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Sentence/Example of Funerals:

López told the Blade her mother and Huerta’s brothers were able to attend the funeral.

Horrifically, her brother died while she was at the funeral service for her father.

From Monday, all social gatherings of more than six people will become illegal across England, not including gatherings at workplaces, schools, weddings, funerals, and organized team sports.

The Dodgers, who had broken the league’s color barrier by signing Jackie Robinson in 1947, were the last holdouts, and the team’s front office figured King’s funeral would be over by the time its game began.

Neither she nor her parents could attend the small funeral for fear of the virus.

Instead of traveling to be together, lot of funerals services are now remote, taking place over Zoom.

He had his beautiful robe under him (for it was summer), and was preparing for his funeral oration.

When the funeral was over, and they returned to their desolate home, at the sight of the empty cradle Ramona broke down.

When the last scarlo is burned out a funeral march is played and all disperse to their homes.

His funeral, I need not say, was attended by railway men from all parts of the kingdom.