Origin of cremate
OTHER WORDS FROM crematecre·ma·tion [kri-mey-shuhn], /krɪˈmeɪ ʃən/, nounun·cre·mat·ed, adjective
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How to use cremate in a sentence
According to Calvert, Turner will be cremated and some of her ashes will be laid to rest with Schulte, who will be buried in her native Montana next to her younger brother, who died in a 2015 shooting.Newlyweds told friends about a ‘creepy guy’ at their Utah campsite. Five days later, they were found shot dead.|Jessica Lipscomb|August 26, 2021|Washington Post
He was cremated the following morning, one of 82 coronavirus victims that day at the city’s main Bhadbhada crematorium.These twins are 5 years old. They lost both parents to covid-19.|Joanna Slater|June 17, 2021|Washington Post
That means families are having to figure out how to cremate or bury their family member while already overwhelmed with the task of notifying relatives about the death.
Funerals are a 21-day event where the dead body “lives” in its house before being slowly cremated over fragrant juniper trees in front of hundreds of friends and relatives.
A celebration of life for Collins, who was cremated, will be held at a time and place yet to be decided, Merena said.
It began in 1973 for 8-year-old Huang, when his grandmother made her family promise to not cremate her.
If you cremate a human body and study the ashes chemically, you find a score or more of mineral salts.
Now, if you want to know all about this "statue" which proposes to cremate itself, I'm your man.The Works of Lucian of Samosata, v. 4|Lucian of Samosata
They were going to cremate the body on the outskirts of the town, on the beach that faced the East.Luna Benamor|Vicente Blasco Ibez
But later "waves" of the fighting charioteers did not cremate their dead.Ancient Man in Britain|Donald A. (Donald Alexander) Mackenzie
They had to cremate the bull for fear the disease would spread.Thy Rocks and Rills|Robert Ernest Gilbert