(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
n. obsequies; burial, interment, entombment.
(Roget's IV) n.
1. [Rites for the dead]
Syn. burial, interment, last rites, obsequies, memorial service, burial ceremony, sepulture, entombment, mortuary rites, requiem, inhumation, cremation, funeral solemnities, funeral service.
2. [Those attending a dead body]
Syn. cortege, mourners, pall bearers, funeral procession, funeral train.
be one's funeral,
Syn. harm oneself, hurt, damage; see destroy 1 , ruin 2 .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.
obsequies, exequies, burial, inhumation, interment, entombment, last rites, services, cremation. ''The last bedtime story.''—Leonard Levinson. ''A consolation to the living than of any service to the dead.''—Saint Augustine.
announcement: obituary
automobile/coach that carries coffin to cemetery: hearse
bell toll signaling death: knell
bugle call at military funeral: taps
burial at sea: deep six
burial cloth or sheet: shroud, winding sheet
Catholic Mass for: Requiem Mass
churchyard gateway sheltering coffin at service: lich gate
coffin carriers: pallbearers
euphemism, burying: lay to rest
friends, relatives of deceased: bereaved, mourners
mourn aloud by weeping, wailing, etc.: lament
pile of wood on which corpse is burned: pyre
praise for deceased: eulogy
prayer for deceased: requiescat
procession: cortege, death march
RIP: rest in peace
song of lament: dirge, elegy, requiem, threnody
undertaker: mortician watch or viewing of the deceased, often with
festivities: wake, vigil

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