graveside

grave·side

 (grāv′sīd′)
n.
The area beside a grave.

graveside

(ˈɡreɪvˌsaɪd)
n
the side of a grave
Translations

graveside

[ˈgreɪvsaɪd] N at the gravesidejunto a la tumba

graveside

[ˈgreɪvsaɪd] nautour de la tombe
at sb's graveside (at sb's funeral)à l'enterrement de qn
References in classic literature ?
In accordance with a custom of the time and place, the coffin was opened at the graveside and the entire assembly of friends and neighbors filed past, taking a last look at the face of the dead.
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The 17-year-old's family have been visiting the graveside at Thornhill Cemetery most days since her funeral on July 23.
I sent my documentation of his service along with a short biography to the volunteer group at the Graveside Project, War of 1812 Veteran.
Stones were removed from the graveside at Kirriefrom the graveside at Kirriemuir cemetery, Angus.
CORONATION STREET (ITV) TINA'S funeral turns into a theatre of blame and bitterness as David has a go at Peter, and later around the graveside a fight breaks out between Peter and Rob.
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Graveside songs were sung and words spoken recalling a "Republican idealist" who "followed the flag but did not die in active service".
This can include leaving a range of items such as glass vases and plastic or wire fencing at the graveside.
LIMITS could be placed on grieving relatives displaying graveside tributes as part of new measures being proposed by council chiefs.
Mam-of-three Jacqueline Beattie was left devastated when they thieves struck at her late son Jack's graveside and took the keepsakes.
The mother-of-eight said she feels closest to her husband at his graveside at Canley Crematorium.