Cemetery in a sentence as a noun

I've bought 3 of them in a computer cemetery.

"Have you ever been at a cemetery, making a mass-visit to a dead loved one?

The commenter probably doesn't care about being the richest guy in the cemetery while someone else may be obsessed with keeping score.

"Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn't matter to me ... Going to bed at night, saying we've done something wonderful... that's what matters to me.

Being the richest man in the cemetery doesnt matter to me Going to bed at night saying weve done something wonderful thats what matters to me.

I saw so many small stone circles, cemetery's, churches, roman walls and building, ruins, canals, etc, it was like a world existed just outside the everyday one.

[1]: Strictly speaking this is not true, since there is a huge cemetery of rejected technology that remains mostly invisible.

We even put QR codes on the headstones to make it easy to find the deceased individual's online obituary within the cemetery.

I rent a desk in a converted chapel in a cemetery and absolutely love going to work.- If you spent time on weekends coding, then it suggests coding is a hobby as well as a job.

"Armenian Radio responded: "wrap yourself in a linen sheet and slowly, in organized fashion, without creating any panic, crawl to a cemetery.

As a kid I spent a lot of time wandering around a cemetery near my grand parents house, I read tombstones of folks, some of them younger than I was; That somehow numb my fear of death as I considered each day alive as a gift.

Cemetery definitions


a tract of land used for burials

See also: graveyard necropolis