Grave-clothes, a shroud, winding-sheet, cerecloth, cerement.
Coffin, shell, sarcophagus, urn, pall, bier, hearse, catafalque.
Grave, pit, sepulchre, tomb, vault, catacomb, mausoleum, house of death, burial-place, cemetery, necropolis, churchyard, graveyard, burial-ground, cromlech, dolmen, barrow, tumulus, cairn, ossuary, charnel-house, morgue, mortuary, crematorium, cinerator; Valhalla.
(Verbs). To inter, bury, lay in the grave, consign to the grave or tomb, entomb, inhume, cremate, lay out.
To exhume, disinter.
(Adjectives). Buried, etc., funereal, funebrial, funerary, mortuary, sepulchral.
2. Special Vitality
Flesh, flesh and blood.
(Verb). To animalise.
A beast, brute, creature, created being; creeping or living thing, dumb creature, flocks and herds, flight.
Cattle, kine, etc.
Game. Fera natura, wild life.
(Phrases). The beasts of the field; fowls of the air; denizens of the deep.
Mammal, quadruped, bird, reptile, fish, mollusc, worm, insect, zoophyte, animalcule, etc.
Menagerie, fossil remains.
(Adjectives). Animal, organic, zoological, piscatory, fishy, molluscous, vermicular, etc., feral.
Tree, fruit-tree, shrub, bush, creeper, herb, herbage, grass, fungus, lichen, moss, seaweed, alga; annual, biennial, perennial; exotic.
Forest, wood, hurst, holt, greenwood, woodland, bush, brake, grove, copse, coppice, hedgerow, boscage, plantation, thicket, underwood, brushwood, jungle, clump of trees, garden, espalier, herbaceous border, shrubbery, parterre, rock-garden, park, chase, weald.
Foliage, florescence, etc.
Hortus siccus, herbarium, herbal.
(Adjectives). Vegetable, vegetal, arboreal, herbaceous, herbal, botanic, sylvan, woodland, woody, wooded, well - wooded, shrubby, verdant.
Zoology (Substantives), Zoography, Anatomy, Zootomy, Comparative Anatomy, Physiology, Morphology.
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