Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of graveside.

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Examples

  • Now, don't get me wrong, I may sport a beard and some other traditional trappings, but the idea of going to gravesides and asking the spirit of saintly rabbis to intercede on high still irks me out.

    Rabbi Chaim Miller: Alternative Energy, Alternative Wisdom

  • The memorandum was presented on the same day Donnelly and fellow TDs were celebrating mass at the gravesides of the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising, who were executed by the British.

    Barack Obama and the Queen to visit Ireland during its time of despair

  • What's kind of interesting is that Israel itself has no shortage of gravesides of deceased saints.

    Rabbi Chaim Miller: Alternative Energy, Alternative Wisdom

  • We chant them in mosques or at gravesides or during weeklong retreats.

    The Best American Poetry 2010

  • We chant them in mosques or at gravesides or during weeklong retreats.

    The Best American Poetry 2010

  • Even at that early hour, there were any number of Mexican families already gathering at the gravesides of their loved ones, preparing for Dia de los Muertos.

    Masked

  • We chant them in mosques or at gravesides or during weeklong retreats.

    The Best American Poetry 2010

  • Even at that early hour, there were any number of Mexican families already gathering at the gravesides of their loved ones, preparing for Dia de los Muertos.

    Masked

  • "I'm not trying to oppress anybody," says Harris Peters, one of the city's largest funeral operators, who complains that six of his ex-pensive coffin-lowering machines have recently been stolen from gravesides.

    Africa: Hustling For Corpses

  • I sat in the church hoping this man who had shepherded his family to gravesides so often could make it to the end of his remarks.

    No Excuses

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