verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Origin of hymn
OTHER WORDS FROM hymnhymn·er [him-er, -ner], /ˈhɪm ər, -nər/, nounhymnlike, adjectiveun·hymned, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH hymnhim, hymn
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Example sentences from the Web for hymn
Facing the rising sun, he performs some yogic and breathing exercises before finally entering the water chanting hymns in Sanskrit for his ritual dip.
He sits cross-legged on the boat and chants hymns, drops some flowers and pours milk on the surface of the Ganges.
It played the first notes of Amazing Grace, a hymn and a political declaration alike that stands as a testimonial for forgiveness and redemption.
In her hymn to good cooking, Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, the chef and writer Samin Nosrat describes fat as the element that “carries flavor.”Your first lab-grown burger is coming soon—and it’ll be “blended”|Katie McLean|December 18, 2020|MIT Technology Review
The closest she got to a religious hymn was her father's recurring phrase: "That's a great line, write it down."Delia Ephron Talks Her Memoir, ‘Sister, Mother, Husband, Dog’|Erin Cunningham|September 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He was so gifted that he could have won any hymn-singing competition, so he never bothered to enter them.Ann Wroe’s ‘Orpheus’: Why the Mythological Muse Haunts Us|Ann Wroe|May 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
There a professional choir had assembled, repeatedly singing the hymn “Hallelujah” a cappella.Silvio Berlusconi Steps Down: Protesters Celebrate in Front of His Home|Barbie Latza Nadeau|November 12, 2011|DAILY BEAST
This whimsical story was based on a hymn that she recorded for a CD years ago.
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But at last, as he was on the point of dropping asleep, Madame Torvestad proposed that they should conclude with a hymn.
As soon as the hymn was finished, the daughters of the house brought in tea and bread and butter.
La Source composed a beautiful hymn, adapted to a sweet and solemn air, which they called their evening service.Madame Roland, Makers of History|John S. C. Abbott
But when he had finished, Sivert Jespersen, with a cringing smile, said: "I think now we had better sing a hymn."
Nobody ventured to touch the dessert, and, after the hymn, the old dyer read a grace after meat.