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HEARSE, noun hers. [See Herse.] A temporary monument set over a grave.

1. The case or place in which a corpse is deposited.

2. A carriage for conveying the dead to the grave. [See Herse.]

3. A hind in the second year of her age.

HEARSE, verb transitive hers. To inclose in a hearse