Etymology
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sepulture (n.)

"burial, interment," early 14c., from Old French sepulture, sepouture "tomb, coffin" (12c.) and directly from Latin sepultura "burial, funeral obsequies," from sepult-, past-participle stem of sepelire "to bury" (see sepulchre). In Middle English it was confused with sepulchre. Related: Sepultural.

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Definitions of sepulture

sepulture (n.)
the ritual placing of a corpse in a grave;
sepulture (n.)
a chamber that is used as a grave;
Synonyms: burial chamber / sepulcher / sepulchre
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