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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of funeralize.
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I thought the word would be "funeralized" as in "he was funeralized last Friday."
The pastor of the church where she was funeralized led an anti-gay march through Atlanta -- sadly, Mrs. King's youngest daughter, an elder in his church, accompanied him.
Roone Arledge, an ABC executive who passed away last week is being funeralized in Saint Bartholomew's church in New York, as you see here.
They just funeralized the dead in their own homes, took them to the graveyard in a painted home-made coffin that was lined with thin bleaching made in the loom on the plantation, and buried them in a grave that didn't have any bricks or cement about it.
I mean, look: When there comes a moment when a street racer dies and has to be funeralized, Lin gives us the typical shot of a cemetery and a coffin and people dressed in black that's supposed to be solemn ... but then there's all these colorful, almost cartoonish beefed-up Japanese street-racing cars parked alongside the grave, and it's funny.
Strange enough too, he had the reputation of "telling the truth 'about the persons funeralized, and not preaching them" into heaven "whether or not.