annunciation

[ uh-nuhn-see-ey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF annunciation

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Quebec Chapel was built in 1788, and is now called the Church of the Annunciation.

In the small chapel of the Annunciation is an altar piece by Guido Reni.

I am certain that your dear likeness is to be found under the Annunciation.

I had drawn her apart from the company, expecting she would be agitated by the annunciation.

Painted the altar-piece of the "Annunciation," in the Cathedral, Volterra.

It is a lily, as white and as fragrant as the Lily of the Annunciation, but much smaller.

We were entertained at the convent built over the place of the Annunciation.

On another she had the Annunciation, and the words "Ave Maria."

Here I meet the annunciation of a character as august as it must have been startling.

Thus ended the annunciation of the conjugal felicity of which Grippy was the architect.

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