funeral noun

ADJ. church | family | simple | state | respectable His savings were just enough to pay for a respectable funeral. | mass a mass funeral of the victims of the fire

VERB + FUNERAL attend, come to, go to | arrange The dead man's son arranged the funeral. | conduct A clergyman friend of the family conducted the funeral. | have She had a simple funeral, as she had requested.

FUNERAL + VERB take place

FUNERAL + NOUN ceremony, mass, rites, service | oration, sermon | cortege, procession | gathering Everyone went back to the house after the service for the funeral gathering. | car | director | home, parlour | costs, expenses | arrangements | business, industry | pyre the flames of the funeral pyre

PREP. at a/the ~ He gave the address at her funeral.