noun, plural psal·mo·dies.
Words nearby psalmody
Origin of psalmody
OTHER WORDS FROM psalmodypsal·mod·ic [sah-mod-ik, sal-] /sɑˈmɒd ɪk, sæl-/, psal·mod·i·cal, psal·mo·di·al [sah-moh-dee-uh l, sal-] /sɑˈmoʊ di əl, sæl-/, adjectivepsal·mo·dist, noun
Examples from the Web for psalmody
Again, we say, beware of a man who has psalmody in his looks.
Upon this congenial soil, we trace the beginnings of Christian psalmody.The Expositor's Bible: Ephesians|G. G. Findlay
All this forms a species of psalmody in which there is generally neither melody nor measure.History of the Opera from its Origin in Italy to the present Time|Henry Sutherland Edwards
The whole mountain, we are told, trembles and bursts into psalmody when any one frees himself and reaches heaven.Three Philosophical Poets|George Santayana
At times, also, he gave instruction to an evening class in psalmody.Biographical Sketches|Nathaniel Hawthorne