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sep·ul·chre

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

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

sepulchre

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

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

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

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