canticle[ kan-ti-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF canticle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CANTICLE
Afterwards came the canticle: "In thy help, Virgin, do I put my trust."
The organ rolled diffusing the flutelike notes of a canticle of joy.
She took up the canticle again, went down the roof, and entered the water.
When the canticle was sung and I was slipping into the sacristy, he was beside me.
Then, in a slow and monotonous voice, he recited the canticle.
For the first time a German painter sings the canticle of labour.
Still more striking is the eulogy in his "Canticle of the Shining Ones."
But a litany before the air and a canticle after the air are not the same thing.
It hath been promoted in some constructions from a passage in the Canticle,Can.
See the reference to the sources after the Canticle of the Sun.