Definitions

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  • v. To officiate at a funeral service for, to hold a funeral service for.

Etymologies

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funeral +‎ -ize

Examples

  • He preferred the simplicity of death in his family—die, funeralize, and let the soul return to God.

    Destined

  • Phantom Poet concludes the ISP can distribute every track I own all over the entire world – even outer-space as long as they hurry up a send me a check so I can help funeralize my beloved mama: So long, Betty!

    The P2p, broadband symbiosis

  • Phantom Poet concludes the ISP can distribute every track I own all over the entire world–even outer-space as long as they hurry up a send me a check so I can help funeralize my beloved mama: So long, Betty!

    The P2p, broadband symbiosis

  • On the contrary, it joined the crowd, and Bartlett denounced it specifically for its bad example, and cited, among its crimes against the language, such inventions as to doxologize and to funeralize.

    Chapter 3. The Period of Growth. 2. The Language in the Making

  • To funeralize and to missionate, along with consociational, were contributions of the backwoods pulpit; perhaps it also produced hell-roaring and hellion, the latter of which was a favorite of the Mormons and even got into a sermon by Henry Ward Beecher.

    Chapter 3. The Period of Growth. 3. The Expanding Vocabulary

  • "We cry great tears of pain if we have to funeralize them at the age of 13 or 14 years old," said the Rev. Mark Whitlock of Christ Our Redeemer AME Church.

    The Orange County Register - News Headlines : Top Stories

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