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Spell Check of funeral

Correct spelling: funeral

Definition of funeral:

  1. Pertaining to or used at a burial. Funeral pall, a hearse- cloth. Funeral plumes, sets of ostrich feathers on the hearse and heads of the horses.
  2. Burial; the ceremony of burying a dead body; the procession of persons attending the burial of the dead.

Common misspellings for funeral:

  • funneral (15%)
  • furneral (13%)
  • funural (9%)
  • funral (7%)
  • funaral (6%)
  • funiral (5%)
  • fuenral (5%)
  • funreal (4%)
  • funderal (3%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for funeral:

  1. " It was a sorry day I parted from her," said Lizzie: " but, ma'am, I had my own flesh and blood to look after, and my husband's funeral and doctor's bills to stand, and so- I did my best."
  2. We found out he’ d paid for the old man’ s funeral, and the grave, and all that; but whether old Follett had left a little wad or whether the young guy’ d found it lyin’ around loose, we couldn’ t make out at all.
  3. I feel as though I was about to attend my own funeral.

Quotes for funeral:

  1. Put no inscription over the grave, except the date of my birth and my death; and, wherever I am buried, let the funeral be perfectly private, with as few persons attending, and as little show and expense as possible. - Isaac Butt
  2. Laura Bush went on national television during the week of my father's funeral and spoke out against embryonic stem cell research, pointing out that where Alzheimer's is concerned, we don't have proof that stem -cell treatment would be effective. - Patti Davis
  3. If you want to really know what your friends and family think of you die broke, and then see who shows up for the funeral. - Gregory Nunn
  4. Funeral by funeral, theory advances. - Paul Samuelson
  5. When I die, I'll probably climb out of the coffin and play the organ at my own funeral! - Rick Wakeman

Idioms for funeral:

  1. Dream of a funeral and you hear of a marriage.
  2. it's your funeral