Tombstone Definition

to͝omstōn
tombstones
noun
tombstones
A stone or monument, usually with an engraved inscription, marking a tomb or grave.
Webster's New World

(mathematics) The symbol "" marking the end of a proof.

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Synonyms:
headstonegravestonemonumentmemorialmarketcenotaph (honoring one buried elsewhere)funerary statuecrossmarkerstonefootstone
proper name
City in SE Ariz.: famous as a frontier town in the late 19th cent.
Webster's New World
verb
(surfing) For a surfboard to stand upright half-submerged in the water (like a tombstone, above) because the surfer is underwater with his or her legrope pulled tight. Often this indicates a surfer in difficulty, either held down by the power of a wave or unconscious and unable to get to the surface.
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other
A city of southeast Arizona southeast of Tucson. After silver was discovered here in 1877, Tombstone became one of the richest and most lawless frontier mining towns.
American Heritage
An advertisement placed by underwriters as part of a securities offering. The tombstone includes basic details about the offering, such as the amount of securities being sold, the name of the selling company, and the names of the investment banks that are selling the offering.
Webster's New World Finance
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Other Word Forms of Tombstone

Noun

Singular:
tombstone
Plural:
tombstones
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