[ US /ˈtum/ ]
[ UK /tˈuːm/ ]
NOUN
  1. 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
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How To Use tomb In A Sentence

  • I've known Chastity since she was young, and this girl was a total tomboy.
  • The Archaic period (c. early 6th century - 480 BC) saw a great flowering of Etruscan art with the production of fine tomb paintings, funerary sculptures, and architectural terracottas.
  • According to bury circumstance judgement, put possibly inside circumjacent bigger range in more and dinosaurian fossil, disentomb foreground is very hopeful.
  • Archaeologists were excited to find lots of bronzes, ceramics, lacquerworks, wood tomb figures, steel weapons and leather weapons, jewelry and even coloured drawings.
  • Entrance costs £2.45 and there will also be a tombola and raffle.
  • Naturally, the epitaph on his tombstone should read ‘Th-that-that's all folks!’
  • Another tomb of interest (and of which we will speak in extenso in the next instalment of this series) is the tomb of the Pope Clement II, the only pope to be buried north of the Alps. The statue, sculpted by the same (unknown) sculptor as the Horseman, was originally the slab of the tomb, which remains on the west choir, behind the cathedra: Catholic Bamberg: The Cathedral
  • Bodies lay all around, partially or completely entombed in the debris.
  • A mark of the confusion attending the rescue operation came when it was widely reported that five firefighters, trapped for two days in the rubble, had been freed from their concrete tomb.
  • Wall painting can be broadly defined as any painting in which the support is the structure itself - whether a free-standing building, a subterranean tomb, or a rock-cut cave.
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