The Crematorium enclosure has a close-packed show of tiny tombstones and dwarf crosses, that give a strange effect, as of a dolls' cemetery, so inveterate is the desire for some visible memorial of our loved ones.
The cave which the earlier inhabitants had used as a crematorium was for the same reason unacceptable.
A cave that became a tomb after the Semitic occupation was the one that had been the crematorium of the pre-Semitic inhabitants.
Highly sacred and possessed of great merit, the crematorium is much applauded by persons desirous of having holy abodes.
Near the experiment station was a crematorium of ugly brick and galvanised iron belonging to the city of Yamagata at which 1,000 bodies were burnt in a year in furnaces heated with pine blocks.
She expressly asked that in the case of her death she should be cremated, and we were most anxious to carry out her wishes, but the Woking Crematorium was then undergoing structural alterations, and it was not possible to do so.
It had been her wish that her body should be cremated; but the crematorium just then chanced to be out of order, and she had to be buried.
In order to popularise the Corporation Crematorium, at Crematorium Road, the Corporation have decided as an experimental measure to abolish the fees now charged for the use of the Crematorium for one year.
The trees on the crematorium are assuming a dark hue in consequence of the blue smoke of the funeral pyres.
Their bodies should be taken to the crematorium on vehicles and there they should be burnt according to the rites of purification that have been laid down in the scriptures.
That jackal dwelt in a vast crematorium and liked to dwell there.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "crematorium" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.