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cinerarium, repository, resting place,

sepulchral, adj. 1. gravelike, tomblike, tombal, se-pultural, cinerary; burial, cemeterial, of or for the dead; funeral, funerary, mortuary, exequial, obsequial.
2. funereal, dirgeful, dirgelike, doleful, lugubrious; mournful, woeful, sorrowful, grievous; somber, grave, solemn, long-faced, unhappy, uncheerful, cheerless, sad, melancholy,
Fr. triste; dreary, depressing, dismal, bleak, heavy, feral; gloomy, lowering, clouded, murky, dusky, dark, Cimmerian, Stygian, black.
3. hollow, hollow-sounding, empty, vacant, blank; toneless, flat, dull, dead, defunctive; cavernous, deep, deep-toned, bass, basso, thunderous, rumbling, echoing, resounding, resonant; ghostly, ghost-like, spectral, eerie, weird, uncanny,
Inf. spooky, Inf. scary.

sequel, n. continuation, continuance, follow-up, supplement; sequent, result, end result, consequence, effect, outcome, issue, upshot; aftermath, outgrowth, offshoot, afterclap, turnout, aftereffect, fallout, wake, aftertaste, afterglow,

sequence, n. 1. succession, consecution, consecutiveness, successiveness, continuance, continuation, continuousness, continualness, unbrokenness.
2. order, arrangement, organization, classification, categorization.
3. round robin, series, progression, chain, string, concatenation; line, rank, file, queue; row, tier.

sequential, adj. successive, consecutive, succeeding, sequacious, next, proximate; following, ensuing, subsequent, consequent, sequent,

sequester, v. 1. withdraw, retire, hibernate, drop or keep out of sight, seclude oneself, hide or conceal oneself, go into hiding, cover one's tracks; lie hid or hidden, lie perdu, Dial, lie snug or close, Inf. lie low, Inf. hide out, SI. hole up, SI. sit tight.
2. secrete, hide away, ensconce, closet, stow away, store away, file and forget, lock up, seal up.
3. remove, separate, divorce, part, estrange; isolate, alienate, segregate, shut off, cut off
or out, send to Coventry.

sequestered, adj. withdrawn, recluse, secluded, cloistered, shut up or in; isolated, cut off, separated, alienated, segregated, in isolation; solitary, in solitude, alone; covert, underground, under cover, in hiding, incommunicado, incognito, hidden, concealed, perdu,

sequestration, n. 1. removal, separation, dispatch, dislodgment, displacement; exile, banishment, expatriation, expulsion, excommunication, deportation, transportation; disbarment, ostracism, blackballing, sending to Coventry.
2. retirement, withdrawal, seclusion, isolation, retreat, rustication.

sere, adj. dry, Inf. bone-dry, arid; parched, burnt, scorched, baked; withered, shriveled, shriveled up, wizened, dried up, shrunk, shrunken; dessicated, dehydrated.

serendipity, n. chance, fortuity, fortuitousness, happenstance, hap, mere chance, happy chance; luck, Lady Luck, fortune, Lady or Dame Fortune, wheels of fortune or chance, heads or tails, roll or toss of the dice; accident, coincidence, irony, contingency,

serene, adj. 1. tranquil, peaceful, calm, quiet, restful, apollonian, halcyon, Brit. Dial, bonny; pastoral, idyllic.
2. collected, composed, self-possessed, cool,
Inf. cool as a cucumber, Inf. together; self-controlled, steady, poised, balanced, level-headed; imperturbable, unflappable, unexcitable, even-tempered, easy-going; nonchalant, at ease, at peace, unruffled, undisturbed, untroubled, undismayed, unperturbed, unexcited, unmoved.

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