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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgravesidegrave‧side /ˈɡreɪvsaɪd/ noun   at the gravesidegraveside adjective [only before noun]
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gravesideEdward's parents sent their condolences, attended the ceremony at chapel and graveside, and Mrs Thomas visited the widow.There were people from everywhere in the district standing around that wet, muddy graveside that day.However, I was not alone at the graveside.It was not by any of the group at the graveside.Some reporters tried to interview her at the graveside.He was at the graveside looking mournful and interesting.At the graveside, Jules and Marie were joining the priest in prayer.Sarah's seven remaining sons carried Anthony's coffin to the graveside.
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