Examples of hymnal in a Sentence
hymnals are distributed among the congregation before the church service so everyone can join in the singing
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Despite its growth in enrollment and in academic stature, Texas A&M has suffered from periods of discord where the system chancellor, the campus president and the regents didn’t all sing from the same hymnal.
The 65-year-old preacher quoted Martin Luther King, Jr. and referenced a hymnal sung by slaves in the antebellum South to talk about the power of love to change the world.
While the hymnal has obvious Christian ties, community rights organizer Zilphia Horton helped popularize it during America’s civil rights movement, making it a significant choice for Markle to pick for her wedding.
Students at Duke protested the firings and even had boomboxes play Dolph’s lyrical hymnal.
But Republican National Committee spokesman Michael Joyce wasn’t singing from the same hymnal.
As the entrance hymn fills the sanctuary, Lambert Nieme is sitting next me, his hymnal open and resting evenly on two steady hands.
Surely Dorsey and his Dream Team are all on the same page of the hymnal on that, right?
Writing for the Atlantic, Caitlin Flanagan, whose interrogations of gender are as welcome by young feminists as hymnals are by atheists, was the first to wonder why Grace, pushed beyond her point of interest, had not simply gone home.
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HYMNAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hymnal for English Language Learners
: a book of hymns
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