Examples from the Web for sepulchral
Wilde called on a sepulchral Jefferson Davis at his Mississippi Plantation.
One person described the atmosphere inside the network as “sepulchral.”
A cadaverous being dwells there; his sepulchral voice bids us enter, and his sepulchral look—shall we say welcomes us?
With the exception of a few menhirs, whose purpose is uncertain, all are sepulchral.Rough Stone Monuments and Their Builders|T. Eric Peet
The sullen and sepulchral air of the room seemed to vibrate with the wraiths of those efforts.The Gray Mask|Wadsworth Camp
Dr. Newberry explained that these mounds were not sepulchral, like many others in the Ohio and Mississippi valleys.
Specially in Normandy, where they are occasionally found under trefoil canopies, resembling our sepulchral brasses.Stones of the Temple|Walter Field
British Dictionary definitions for sepulchral
Word Origin and History for sepulchral
1610s, "pertaining to a burial or place of burial," from Latin sepulcralis "of a tomb, sepulchral," from sepulcrum (see sepulcher) + -al (1). Transferred sense of "gloomy" is from 1711. Related: Sepulchrally.