A notice of a death, esp. in a newspaper, typically including a brief biography of the deceased person
the obituary of a friend
an obituary notice
a notice of someone's death; usually includes a short biography
An obituary is a death notice which often includes an attempt by an author, publication, or news organization to give an account of the life of someone considered significant who has recently died. ...
Obituary is an American death metal band formed in 1985 in Tampa, Florida under the name Xecutioner and later renamed to Obituary. The band comprises vocalist John Tardy, drummer Donald Tardy, guitarists Trevor Peres and Ralph Santolla and bassist Frank Watkins. ...
The O-Force is a superhuman mutant team in the Marvel Comics Universe. Their first appearance was in X-Statix #1 and was created by Peter Millligan and Michael Allred.
Obituary is a science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov. It was first published in the August 1959 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and reprinted in Asimov's 1968 collection Asimov's Mysteries.
(The obituaries) The Obituaries were one of the most popular and groundbreaking bands in the Northwest USA from 1986-1990. Fronted by singer/wordsmith Monica Nelson who was known for her powerful stage presence and stunning vocals. ...
A brief notice of a person’s death, as published in a newspaper; A biography of a recently deceased person, written by a journalist and published in a newspaper
(OBITUARIES) The Courier-Record does not charge for Obituaries, so long as they conform to this newspaper's policies. Free obituaries contain names of the deceased, immediate survivors, when and where services were/will be held, and place of burial. ...
To dream of writing an obituary, denotes that unpleasant and discordant duties will devolve upon you. If you read one, news of a distracting nature will soon reach you.
Announcement of death in news.
A biography of a deceased person printed in the newspaper shortly after the death is announced.
The paragraph in the obituary section of a newspaper, or on the Internet, publicizing the death of a person and giving details of the funeral service the survivors wish to have published.
A brief article that appears in newspapers and acknowledges a person’s death, indicates arrangements and briefly recaps significant events, contributions or achievements of a person’s life.
The obituary states that the person in question died at 4am. (The Numbers)
A final summation of our lives that, for most of us, occupies about three inches of space in what will shortly become cage liner for your neighbor's parakeet.
n /frm/ obituary |a report of someone’s death in a newspaper|.
The Times, December 8, 1945
a notice placed in the newspaper about a person's death. An obituary can include biographical information about the person who died, as well as details about a planned service. Bliley's will help families write and place obituaries.