dolmennoun [ C ]uk /ˈdɒl.men/ us /ˈdoʊl.men/
Examples from literature
- Each dolmen lies in the centre of a stone circle.
- In the centre of the circle lies the dolmen with its single long cover-slab.
- None of the dolmens are covered by mounds.
- The grandeur of an isolated mountain, even of a dolmen or single upright stone, is evident to all.
- These dolmens, which were doubtless reserved for the burial of chiefs, often contain many valuable objects.