Sep"ul*ture (?), n. [F. s'epulture, L. sepultura, fr. sepelire, sepultum, to bury.]


The act of depositing the dead body of a human being in the grave; burial; interment.

Where we may royal sepulture prepare. Dryden.


A sepulcher; a grave; a place of burial.

Drunkeness that the horrible sepulture of man's reason. Chaucer.


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