Examples from the Web for mortician
Horace had been playing poker with a mortician, who had put the car up as collateral.
Though Father Gary did spend a summer working with a mortician.
I remember one who was studying to become a mortician and he got several very expensive books on the subject.The Biography of a Rabbit|Roy Benson
The really smart way nowadays of bidding good-bye to the world is to go to the establishment of a "mortician."
Here I discovered that to the mind of the mortician towels belong to the Dark Ages.
He had to go back and take the sleeping medicine to be ready for the arrival of the mortician in the morning.No Strings Attached|Lester del Rey
Marry Miss Dutton, and you'll be a scarecrow within a year, and require the services of the mortician within two!Bunch Grass|Horace Annesley Vachell
British Dictionary definitions for mortician
Word Origin for mortician
Word Origin and History for mortician
An undertaker will no longer be known as an "undertaker and embalmer." In the future he will be known as the "mortician." This was decided on at the second day's meeting of the Funeral Directors' Association of Kentucky, which was held in Louisville. ["The Medical Herald," July 1895]