Spell Check of Mausoleums
Correct spelling: Mausoleums
Definition of Mausoleums:
Examples of usage:
1) But the consensus seemed to center on the beautiful, graceful and elaborate marble tombstones and mausoleums at the cemetery. - "Epistles-from-Pap-Letters-from-the-man-known-as-The-Will-Rogers-of-Indiana", Durham, Andrew Everett.
2) Rushing a man for a frat is trying to make him believe that to belong to it is joy and inspiration, and to belong to any other means misery and an early tomb; that all the best men in college either belong to your frat or couldn't get in; that you're the best fellows on earth, and that you're crazy to have him, and that he is a coming Senator; that you can't live without him; that the other gang can't appreciate him; that you never ask men twice; that you don't care much for him anyway, and that you are just as likely as not to withdraw the spike any minute if you should happen to get tired of the cut of his trousers; that your crowd can make him class president and the other crowds can make him fine mausoleums; that you love him like real brothers and that he has already bound himself in honor to pledge- and that if he doesn't he will regret it all his life; and, besides, you will punch his head if he doesn't put on the colors. - "At Good Old Siwash", George Fitch.