[ UK /tˈuːmstə‍ʊn/ ]
[ US /ˈtumˌstoʊn/ ]
  1. a stone that is used to mark a grave
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How To Use tombstone In A Sentence

  • Naturally, the epitaph on his tombstone should read ‘Th-that-that's all folks!’
  • In the final scene the camera follows the course of a wire down a telephone pole and out to the fellow's tombstone where it dips into the earth and apparently down to his casket.
  • The straight vertical edge that viewers see as they walk into the room could be an obelisk, a standing figure, or even a stone tombstone.
  • A good viewpoint is the cemetery where a tombstone, above a jagged cliff, bears the name of Miss Turner.
  • The beautifully carved tombstones, with inscriptions in the Dutch language, could have been carved in Holland and sent to India.
  • A tombstoned application restores its transient state when it is activated. The Windows Blog
  • There are a couple of dozen tombstones, a memorial to men who died in the First World War.
  • He and his friend Willie Brown would often sit on tombstones, writing ominous melodies and drinking moonshine.
  • At the base of the central triptych is a cartoonish tombstone. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sir Robert has inscribed on his tombstone the words: ‘He loved his country’.
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