Psalmodize Psal"mo*dize, v. i. To practice psalmody. `` The psalmodizing art.'' --J. G. Cooper. [1913 Webster]

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  • psalmodize — psalmo·dize …   English syllables

  • psalmodize — məˌdīz intransitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: Medieval Latin psalmodizare, from Late Latin psalmodia psalmody + izare ize : to practice psalmody …   Useful english dictionary

  • psalmodise — psalmodize or psalmodise /salˈmə dīz or sämˈ/ intransitive verb To practise psalmody • • • Main Entry: ↑psalm …   Useful english dictionary

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  • psalmody — n. 1 the practice or art of singing psalms, hymns, etc., esp. in public worship. 2 a the arrangement of psalms for singing. b the psalms so arranged. Derivatives: psalmodic adj. psalmodist n. psalmodize v.intr. (also ise). Etymology: ME f. LL… …   Useful english dictionary

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