Tomb Synonyms

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Synonyms for Tomb

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Any stone coffin, esp. one on display, as in a monumental tomb
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An underground cemetery consisting of chambers or tunnels with recesses for graves.
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(Anatomy) A small pit, recess, or glandular cavity in the body.
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A gloomy, usually large room or building.
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Burial; interment
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(Gym.) An event in which a gymnast vaults over a horse with the help of a springboard
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A structure, such as a building or sculpture, erected as a memorial.
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A container, as an urn or vault, for the bones of the dead
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A burial vault.
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A small area or structure arranged for private devotion
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(Archaeology) A mound of earth, especially one placed over a prehistoric tomb; a barrow.
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A monument erected in honor of a dead person whose remains lie elsewhere.
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One of the legislative bodies in a government where multiple such bodies exist, or a single such body in comparison to others.
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A prehistoric megalithic tomb consisting of a capstone supported by two or more upright stones, most having originally been covered with earth or smaller stones to form a barrow.
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A place or receptacle for depositing the ashes of cremated people
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(Architecture) A rectangular structure with a flat top and slightly sloping sides, built during Ancient Egyptian times above tombs that were situated on flat land. Mastabas were made of wood, mud bricks, stone, or a combination of these materials. Some are solid structures, while others can contain one or more rooms, sometimes decorated with paintings or inscriptions.
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Words Related to Tomb

A hole in the ground in which to bury a dead body
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The food or money required to keep someone alive and healthy; one's support, maintenance.
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Find another word for tomb. In this page you can discover 31 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for tomb, like: grave, graveyard, sepulchre, sarcophagus, burial-chamber, statue, mausoleum (a magnificenttomb), catacomb, crypt, mausoleum and sepulture.