sepulchre

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sep·ul·chre

 (sĕp′əl-kər)
n. & v. Chiefly British
Variant of sepulcher.

sepulchre

(ˈsɛpəlkə) or

sepulcher

n
1. a burial vault, tomb, or grave
2. (Architecture) Also called: Easter sepulchre a separate alcove in some medieval churches in which the Eucharistic elements were kept from Good Friday until the Easter ceremonies
vb
(tr) to bury in a sepulchre
[C12: from Old French sépulcre, from Latin sepulcrum, from sepelīre to bury]

sepulchre


Past participle: sepulchred
Gerund: sepulchring

Imperative
sepulchre
sepulchre
Present
I sepulchre
you sepulchre
he/she/it sepulchres
we sepulchre
you sepulchre
they sepulchre
Preterite
I sepulchred
you sepulchred
he/she/it sepulchred
we sepulchred
you sepulchred
they sepulchred
Present Continuous
I am sepulchring
you are sepulchring
he/she/it is sepulchring
we are sepulchring
you are sepulchring
they are sepulchring
Present Perfect
I have sepulchred
you have sepulchred
he/she/it has sepulchred
we have sepulchred
you have sepulchred
they have sepulchred
Past Continuous
I was sepulchring
you were sepulchring
he/she/it was sepulchring
we were sepulchring
you were sepulchring
they were sepulchring
Past Perfect
I had sepulchred
you had sepulchred
he/she/it had sepulchred
we had sepulchred
you had sepulchred
they had sepulchred
Future
I will sepulchre
you will sepulchre
he/she/it will sepulchre
we will sepulchre
you will sepulchre
they will sepulchre
Future Perfect
I will have sepulchred
you will have sepulchred
he/she/it will have sepulchred
we will have sepulchred
you will have sepulchred
they will have sepulchred
Future Continuous
I will be sepulchring
you will be sepulchring
he/she/it will be sepulchring
we will be sepulchring
you will be sepulchring
they will be sepulchring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been sepulchring
you have been sepulchring
he/she/it has been sepulchring
we have been sepulchring
you have been sepulchring
they have been sepulchring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been sepulchring
you will have been sepulchring
he/she/it will have been sepulchring
we will have been sepulchring
you will have been sepulchring
they will have been sepulchring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been sepulchring
you had been sepulchring
he/she/it had been sepulchring
we had been sepulchring
you had been sepulchring
they had been sepulchring
Conditional
I would sepulchre
you would sepulchre
he/she/it would sepulchre
we would sepulchre
you would sepulchre
they would sepulchre
Past Conditional
I would have sepulchred
you would have sepulchred
he/she/it would have sepulchred
we would have sepulchred
you would have sepulchred
they would have sepulchred
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sepulchre - a chamber that is used as a gravesepulchre - a chamber that is used as a grave  
chamber - a natural or artificial enclosed space
crypt - a cellar or vault or underground burial chamber (especially beneath a church)
tomb, grave - a place for the burial of a corpse (especially beneath the ground and marked by a tombstone); "he put flowers on his mother's grave"
mausoleum - a large burial chamber, usually above ground
monument, repository - a burial vault (usually for some famous person)
burial vault, vault - a burial chamber (usually underground)

sepulchre

noun tomb, grave, vault, mausoleum, sarcophagus, burial place Death holds him in his sepulchre.
Translations
قَبْر، ضَريح
hrobka
gravkammer
grafhÿsi
kaip iš po žemiųkapaskapų
kapeneskaps

sepulchre

sepulcher (US) [ˈsepəlkəʳ] N (poet) → sepulcro m
whited sepulchresepulcro m blanqueado

sepulchre

, (US) sepulcher
nGrabstätte f; the Holy Sepulchredas Heilige Grab

sepulchre

sepulcher (Am) [ˈsɛplkəʳ] n (liter) → sepolcro

sepulchre

(American) sepulcher (ˈsepəlkə) noun
a tomb.
seˈpulchral (-ˈpal-) adjective
1. of tombs or burials.
2. gloomy or dismal. a deep, sepulchral voice.