graveless

graveless

(ˈɡreɪvlɪs)
adj
having no grave or graves
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If some people are afraid of the heat of AU Hybrid Courts for South Sudanese war criminals of humanity and serious abusers of human rights fundamentals, the remaining choice will be dark graves or even a graveless worst destiny like what had occurred to the warlords who went against the international community in the recent past.
In "The Graveless Doll of Eric Mutis," four teenage boys from New Jersey discover a scarecrow that bears an uncanny resemblance to a boy they bullied.
Memorial candles had not flickered in their home on Yom Ha-Shoah, nor had they attended services at which the names of the graveless dead were called out in broken voices.
the same weary winds blowing back and forth across it and burdened still with the weary voices of murdered women and children homeless and graveless about the isolating and solitary sea.