the area beside a grave.
being or conducted beside a grave: a graveside funeral service.
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How to use graveside in a sentence
Her obituary stated that there would be a graveside service.Miss Manners: Time for exec’s assistant to fix grammatical error | Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin, Jacobina Martin | March 25, 2021 | Washington Post
Early in the pandemic, I led a small, family-only graveside service for a military veteran and farmer.Political cynicism has given way to love in Christian America | jakemeth | October 28, 2020 | Fortune
The graveside services at the LBJ Ranch were the coldest I ever experienced.
Then Donald carried the whinger with him and went back to the graveside, still open to the sky.Border Ghost Stories | Howard Pease
Strange scenes sometimes are witnessed at the graveside, prompted perhaps by weird superstitions.Our Southern Highlanders | Horace Kephart
At the graveside stood the nurse, still suffering from the effects of drink.
Then he saw that Glory was alone by the graveside, and his voice faltered and almost failed him.The Christian | Hall Caine
And then, as if he had omitted a fact of some importance, he added: "I will kneel at his graveside before we go."The Courage of Marge O'Doone | James Oliver Curwood