Immediately on entering there is a coolness and a resonance as of a sepulchre.
Will you descend with me, madam, into the sepulchre of your ancestry?
The large place of worship, called sepulchre, and containing the sepulchre of that man, is visited by all pilgrims.
A family or a burial association needed a place of sepulchre.
It might almost be said that all the West knew of the arts was learned on the road to the sepulchre.
What a place to bury a king who had built a great pyramid for his sepulchre!
Was this marvellous hiding-place that he had discovered to be his sepulchre?
He was buried with a sepulchre transcending in solemnity the lot of ordinary mortality.
Before you go, please take a last look at me in my sepulchre.
While Peter and John were within the sepulchre, she had stood without, weeping.
also sepulcher, c.1200, "tomb, burial place," especially the cave where Jesus was buried outside Jerusalem (Holy Sepulcher or Saint Sepulcher), from Old French sepulcre "tomb; the Holy Sepulchre" (11c.), from Latin sepulcrum "grave, tomb, place where a corpse is buried," from root of sepelire "to bury, embalm," originally "to perform rituals on a corpse," from PIE *sep-el-yo-, suffixed form of root *sep- "to handle (skillfully), to hold (reverently);" cf. Sanskrit saparyati "honors." No reason for the -ch- spelling, which dates to 13c. Whited sepulchre "hypocrite" is from Matt. xxiii.27.