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hearse in Death topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhearsehearse /hɜːs $ hɜːrs/ noun [countable]  TTCMXa large car used to carry a dead body in a coffin at a funeral
Examples from the Corpus
hearseHe faced Main Street, where a black hearse turned the corner.To this day, I continued to follow the route of his hearse into a withdrawing space beyond this earth.Unfortunately, the wheels were attached not to his skinny body but to an old hearse.He blessed himself and dropped his eyes as the hearse passed.Her gaze never left the hearse.Obviously the hearse and mourning coaches were rented, but certainly not the coffin.He sat by the rear door of the hearse with a gun in each hand while Jack bled and bled.I realized why people confuse them with hearses.