She looked at the little white bed, which had been hers a few days before, and thought she would like to sleep in it that night, and wake, as formerly, with her mother smiling over her in the morning: Then she thought with terror of the great funereal damask pavilion in the vast and dingy state bedroom, which was awaiting her at the grand hotel in Cavendish Square.
And in determining to make everybody else happy, she found herself so; and was sound asleep in the great funereal pavilion, and only woke up with a smile when George arrived from the theatre.
And next, let the trumpet pour forth a funereal
wail, and the herald's voice give breath in one vast cry to all the groans and grievous utterances that are audible throughout the earth.
An almost funereal
gloom seemed to have descended upon the Ghost.
The Romish mass for the dead begins with Requiem eternam (eternal rest), whence Requiem denominating the mass itself, and any other funereal
When the audience recognized these familiar mementos of Pudd'nhead's old time childish "puttering" and folly, the tense and funereal
interest vanished out of their faces, and the house burst into volleys of relieving and refreshing laughter, and Tom chirked up and joined in the fun himself; but Wilson was apparently not disturbed.
had put in a funereal
execution and taken possession.
He sat all night on his stool, starting at the least noise; and when the first rays of the sun penetrated into his chamber, the dawn itself appeared to him to have taken funereal
He arrived in his Sunday clothes, very ill at ease among the funereal
Among the former, the favorite horse of the hunter is buried with him in the same funereal
mound, and his bow and arrows are laid by his side, that he may be perfectly equipped for the "happy hunting grounds" of the land of spirits.
She was the best-looking woman in the room; she made the dinner a little less funereal
than the usual van der Luyden banquet.
Phil the undertaker burying the British economy delivered his last rites for hope.
And intoning over it all, Richard Burton's funereal
lament from the end of the Broadway show Camelot, to which the Kennedy administration was famously compared.
prayers of the martyred were offered in different parts of the district.
Let's cheer them on from first minute to the last, as another funereal
atmosphere will kill the team and surely end in defeat.