graveyard

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It was a graveyard of the old-fashioned Western kind.
Raoul walked away, dejectedly, to the graveyard in which the church stood and was indeed alone among the tombs, reading the inscriptions; but, when he turned behind the apse, he was suddenly struck by the dazzling note of the flowers that straggled over the white ground.
So I see," said Sancho, "and God grant we may not light upon our graves; it is no good sign to find oneself wandering in a graveyard at this time of night; and that, after my telling your worship, if I don't mistake, that the house of this lady will be in an alley without an outlet.
On one hand it is overhung by the crags of the hill, on the other by an old graveyard.
She looked at him mysteriously, as though he were a ghost of some lost one who had strayed in from a graveyard, but she said nothing.
As he reached the door the new moon shone upon his face, just as the old one had done in the small hours of that morning when he had carried his wife in his arms across the river to the graveyard of the monks; but his face was thinner now.
They showed us a miniature cemetery there--a copy of the first graveyard that was ever in Marseilles, no doubt.
this vast country might well be called the graveyard of European travellers.
It's been a graveyard so long that it's ceased to be one and has become one of the sights of Kingsport.
I put Saxtorph and his graveyard gang to work heaving them overside, and over they went, the living and the dead.
It's Jack Pumpkinhead's private graveyard," replied the Tin Woodman.
Ponta had partly turned to the house to receive the approval that was his due, only to be met by this chill, graveyard silence.
     When visiting a graveyard stood
That's a graveyard, and it's proper to muffle the drums and lower the flags as we go by, and we'd better take off our hats, too; it's more respectable, I think.
Religious services were once held in it--when it was white, and there is a graveyard that would delight a poet.