English words and Examples of Usage

use "grave" in a sentence

And now that it's happened he realized he's made a grave mistake."

They were caught off guard, so the casualties are grave," he said.

No wonder the good general is whistling past the Syrian grave yard.

The baby was discovered in a cardboard box placed in a shallow grave.

The liberating forces prayed on her grave to thank Allah for victory.

It's said their bodies were dumped in a mass grave outside the prison.

It’s a tranquil setting that holds grave torment amid an uneasy quiet.

A Neolithic mass grave in Germany shows the idea may not be far wrong.

Many of the bodies were only discovered recently in a nearby mass grave.

The U.S. had better ponder over the prevailing grave situation, it said.

It also needed help to cope with its "grave economic situation," he added.

He would like to be able to visit her grave and say prayers over her bones.

Malaysian police declined to release any information on the grave discovery.

As you can see, the burrito holds enough food to fill a mass grave, handily.

Caroline kneels beside her mother and brother at her father's grave in 1968.

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