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tomb

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Death
tombtomb /tuːm/ ●○○ noun [countable]  MXa stone structure above or below the ground where a dead person is buried the family tomb
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tombI went back to Ralemberg's house but it was all sealed up like a tomb so I left it alone.Here also is the celebrated tomb of Saint Xavier.Her body was taken to Sicily by three women, where the afflicted have been cured at her tomb for centuries.His patronage is due to the high recovery rate of hernia sufferers at his tomb.This made my delight at finding King Felin's tomb all the more great.There was more to this, when Sammler was boarding in the tomb.Strong traces of radioactivity were discovered in the tombs, which is credited with having arrested dissolution.the tomb of Saint FrancisOnce it used to be just child psychology but we now know that we develop all the time from womb to tomb.
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