One person described the atmosphere inside the network as “sepulchral.”
Wilde called on a sepulchral Jefferson Davis at his Mississippi Plantation.
The conical cairn must have been in use in Scotland during a longer period than any other sepulchral memorial.
“Be sure,” admonished the keeper of the keys in sepulchral tones.
"Unless she were to take Inmates, you know," said Aunt Jemima, in a sepulchral voice.
“On board the ship,” replied the waif, in tones not at all sepulchral.
They had also become proficients, as their sepulchral urns show, in the manufacture of pottery.
There are four sepulchral Brasses on the floor of the chantries.
The use of the blowpipe has been inferred from metalline remains discovered in sepulchral tumuli of the Mississippi valley.
She lowered her voice, as she said it, to sepulchral depths.