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hearse

a vehicle, such as a specially designed car or carriage, used to carry a coffin to a place of worship and ultimately to a cemetary or crematorium

What does it mean when you dream about a hearse?

Dreaming about a hearse can be a reminder of our mortality. Otherwise, a part of ourselves or a part of our life that has died. (See also Burial, Coffin, Crypt, Dead/Death, Grave).

hearse

hearse
1. A framework of metal bars or rods placed over a tomb or coffin of a noble or very important person.
2. A canopy, usually of openwork or trellis, set over a bier, or more rarely over a permanent tomb; used especially to support candles, lighted at times of ceremony.
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In the clip, McGuinness, Flintoff and Harris are seen racing souped-up hearses as well as travelling from the mountains of Ethiopia to the beaches of Wales.
One such project was gathering funds to buy a horse-drawn hearse for Ninebanks to bring dignity to funerals.
Co-op Funeralcare said the Ford Cardinal is the latest in its growing fleet of specialist hearses, ranging from a 1933 Austin to a Japanese Buddhist-themed vehicle.
Hearses are not allowed to cross over from the occupied areas to the Republic of Cyprus and vice versa.
A NEW Liverpool funeral home opened in Toxteth with a display of "alternative hearses" for those who want to say goodbye in style.
But along with running Morrilton Funeral Service and Rosewood Cremation, Neal also owns and operates Rosewood Classic Coach, one of the few places in the United States where retro-style funeral coaches, more commonly known as hearses, are built from the chassis up and sold to funeral homes that want to offer their clients the opportunity to go out in style.
They contacted the company Only Fools and Hearses, based in Fleetwood, Lancashire, which has a genuine Del Boy Reliant Regal, plus a second that has been converted into a hearse.
They contacted the company Only Fools and Hearses, based in Fleetwood, Lancashire, who have a genuine Del Boy Reliant Regal, plus a second that has been converted into a hearse.
"What an amazing coincidence for two hearses to be on the roundabout at the same time - it was like something out of Only Fools And Horses."