Examples from the Web for psalmist
The psalmist dwells on the picture, reiterating the comparison in ver.
But as the essential idea of the Psalmist is preserved in the common version, I employ it as peculiarly illustrative and forcible.The Crown of Thorns|E. H. Chapin
If so, the king's restoration would be the condition of satisfying the psalmist's longing for the sanctuary.
Very beautifully and profoundly does the psalmist ask, in vv.
For sinful men in the miry pit the rope is already let down, and their grasping it is the same act as the psalmist's cry.
British Dictionary definitions for psalmist
Word Origin and History for psalmist
late 15c. (replacing psalmistre, late 14c.), from Middle French psalmiste and directly from Church Latin psalmista, from Ecclesiastical Greek psalmistes, from psalmizein "to sing psalms," from psalmos (see psalm).