Did you maybe mean cemetery?
- n. common misspelling of cemetery.
“There was nothing haunting or eerie about being in cemetary filled with so much celebration and life.”
“They come get me body and put me in cemetary with other priests.”
“I pray that this cemetary is left alone as it is in the same city.”
“The other night, Chris and Sid and I were walking home and we passed by the cemetary, which isn't a surprise because we go by it all the time.”
“After the service at the Don Mateman Hall, the hearse drove to the cemetary were a short service was held.”
“The minister said the cemetary was a symbol of the excellent relations which existed between Italy and South Africa and extended over political, economic, social and cultural fields.”
“To see this happening out at the cemetary is a disgrace," he said.”
“WOW! what a nice section of town that is ... first you drive by the burned dance school / auto parts place on the corner, just past the cemetary is the burned / abandoned mintzer bros complex.”
“Part of the ruins of the abbey church yet remain, and the veftiges of large foundations appear within fide of the cemetary, which is ufed as fuch to the parifti of, Newtown.”
Internet Archive: Topographia hibernica : or The topography ofIreland, antient and modern. Giving a complete view of the civil and ecclesiastical state of that kingdom; with its antiquities, natural curiosities, trade, manufactures, extent and population
“i don't know why i am so blessed as to have the friends that i do, here and there. daniel tuutau makes my life a better place, i'm sure of it. and just remember, a cemetary is a good place to cry because no one thinks it odd to happen upon a girl crying in a cemetary.”
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