embalmer

[ UK /ɛmbˈɑːmɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a mortician who treats corpses with preservatives
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How To Use embalmer In A Sentence

  • In the first place, the embalmer was a medical practitioner, and legally pursued his craft. Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 455 Volume 18, New Series, September 18, 1852
  • Actually - she puts "embalmer" as "E" on the list - I don't think the majority of students are going to want a summer job learning how to do that. Money Tips for Writers
  • Discussion of the best or most accessible vein is strikingly similar to embalmers' discussions about arterial accessibility.
  • Sadly, some deaths are in tragic circumstances and while embalmers are very skilled, they cannot rebuild a person.
  • Can't Post | how to say the word embalmer (the one who arrange the body after someone is dead)? How to say embalmer in spanish ??
  • To keep the nails in place, Ancient Egyptian embalmers sometimes either tied the nails to the fingers and toes, or covered them with metal thimbles.
  • Cleveland, Ohio's death grinders EMBALMER are currently writing material for their next full length album, to be entitled "The Apocalyptic Bloodshower" (label tba). Metal Underground.com
  • A conundrum so huge that he barely noticed the Pope was dead, and I reckon it never occurred to him that the old fella might have been murdered, which is why he called the embalmer instead of the police. Irish Blogs
  • This all fits with Jessica Mitford's contention in The American Way of Death that thanks to professional embalmers, funeral homes and crematoria, death in modern times has become increasingly remote and sanitised.
  • The reproach of his opponents of the romantic school that he was an "embalmer" has a foundation of truth. McClure's Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 4, March, 1896
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