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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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.
The small fire at the Episcopal church in Pasadena was lit in the sanctuary, with pews, prayer books and hymnals used as kindling.
Most restaurant chicken is still pink in the thigh, while the breast is cooked to the consistency of a Baptist hymnal.
BoMason has a hymnal, Frank Ocean quality to his jams.
For weeks, the president and his allies have been singing from the conservative hymnal on Obamacare (let’s repeal and replace it), the size of the federal government (let’s shrink it), and taxes (let’s cut them).
Exhibitons include: slave shackles, Harriet Tubman’s hymnal, a segregated Southern Railway used in the Jim Crow-era South, Chuck Berry’s red Cadillac and more.
In a clear embrace of their new religious context, the colonists chose to translate the hymnal from its original Hebrew text instead of reprinting an English edition.
A 1640 edition of the Bay Psalm Book, a Puritan hymnal, was one of the first texts published in North America.
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Origin and Etymology of hymnal
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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: a book of hymns
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