Another word for grave
A burial place
vault, sepulcher, tomb, pit, crypt, mausoleum, catacomb, long home, burial chamber, burial pit, burial place, six feet of earth, last resting place, narrow house, place of interment, mound, barrow, cromlech, clay, cairn, tumulus, dolmen, cold mud*, pine*, wooden shroud*, pit for the dead*, charnel house*, last home*, permanent address*.
be near death, be very ill, be very old, be infirm; see dying 2.
Another word for graveverb
To cut (a design or inscription) into a hard surface, especially for printing:carve, engrave, etch, incise. See marks
To produce a deep impression of:engrave, etch, fix, impress, imprint, inscribe, stamp. See marks
A burial place or receptacle for human remains:catacomb, cinerarium, crypt, mausoleum, ossuary, sepulcher, sepulture, tomb, vault1. See keep, place
Having great consequence or weight:earnest1, heavy, momentous, serious, severe, weighty. See important
Causing or marked by danger or pain, for example:dangerous, grievous, serious, severe. See help
Portending future disaster:apocalyptic, apocalyptical, baneful, dire, direful, fateful, fire-and-brimstone, hellfire, ominous, portentous, unlucky. See luck, warn
Full of or marked by dignity and seriousness:earnest1, sedate, serious, sober, solemn, somber, staid. See attitude, heavy