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deathplace

[ deth-pleys ]
/ ˈdɛθˌpleɪs /
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noun
the place at which a person dies: Lincoln is buried in Illinois, but his deathplace was Washington, D.C.
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Origin of deathplace

First recorded in 1820–30; death + place
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How to use deathplace in a sentence

  • Many barges and tjalcks are both the birthplace and deathplace of their owners, who know no other home.

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