The instrument was once described as being akin to a coffin — ‘ a black box in which the notes rattled around like the bones of the bourgeoisie’.
A framelike structure over a coffin or tomb on which to hang epitaphs.
And you've got to swear on a coffin, and sign it with blood."
But if you offered an American a coffin burger, he or she would probably say @No thanks.
Hsin-mei remarked, "If we go on like this, we'll all be dead by the time we get hold of the money and will just have enough to buy a coffin for the body."
A 14ft inflatable boat, a coffin, false limand a lawn mower are just some of the items left on public transport.
A stand on which a corpse or a coffin containing a corpse is placed before burial
In stories, Dracula is a vampire that sleeps in a coffin during the day.
I might have been inclined, myself, to regard a coffin nail as the deadest piece of ironmongery in the trade.
We knew we were at a coffin of an unmarked grave.