sepulcher (SĔP-əl-kər)


Definition (Noun) A tomb or burial-place, a building, vault, or excavation, made for the interment of a human body. Now only rhetorical or historical. In Context “The dirt of the church sepulcher still clung to the cloth of her coat and to her blond hair, and she looked like an angel dragged in the dust.” Anne Rice, The Vampire Lestat, 1985.