noun, plural cre·ma·to·ri·ums, cre·ma·to·ri·a [kree-muh-tawr-ee-uh, -tohr-] /ˌkri məˈtɔr i ə, -ˈtoʊr-/.
- creme de la creme,
- cremer, sir william randal
Origin of crematorium
Examples from the Web for crematorium
“The most frustrating part of this crematorium here is the carelessness of the Ebola team,” says Reeves.
Nobody can assure anybody and some of these authorities at the crematorium have very little background in science.
He spoke of burying Robinson and going straight back to work from the crematorium.
Before the body was sent to the crematorium, Shilling and Crump filled the casket with animal bones, meat, and a mannequin.
We drive past a small pond of foamy water where they dumped the ashes, to Gas Chamber and Crematorium II.
When they pried that crazy scout out of his ship, he was an hour away from the crematorium.Unspecialist|Murray F. Yaco
The crematorium was long regarded as a model for such establishments.
But even if the moxa should fail, the attention of the boys could always be drawn to the crematorium.The Foundations of Japan|J.W. Robertson Scott
For the rest, you know my fancy for cremation: take me, if you will, to the crematorium of Père-Lachaise.Prince Zaleski|M.P. Shiel
This was the last Mrs. Timmins saw of it until she drew up in front of the crematorium.Eleven Possible Cases|Frank R. Stockton