Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of undertaker.

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Examples

  • There are people called undertakers who are going to come and take Nana with them in a special car.

    imperfect endings

  • There are people called undertakers who are going to come and take Nana with them in a special car.

    imperfect endings

  • Lowland gentlemen, called undertakers, chiefly natives of the shire of

    A Legend of Montrose

  • An alternative to initiative is undertaking, but that may have fallen by the wayside as the managers of funerals became known as undertakers.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • An alternative to initiative is undertaking, but that may have fallen by the wayside as the managers of funerals became known as undertakers.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • That monarch granted the property of the Island of Lewis, as if it had been an unknown and savage country, to a number of Lowland gentlemen, called undertakers, chiefly natives of the shire of Fife, that they might colonise and settle there.

    A Legend of Montrose

  • That monarch granted the property of the Island of Lewis, as if it had been an unknown and savage country, to a number of Lowland gentlemen, called undertakers, chiefly natives of the shire of Fife, that they might colonize and settle there.

    A Legend of Montrose

  • As a teacher, I always said us and the undertakers are the only ones recession-proof.

    ajc.com - News

  • As a teacher, I always said us and the undertakers are the only ones recession-proof.

    ajc.com - News

  • As a teacher, I always said us and the undertakers are the only ones recession-proof.

    ajc.com - News

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