Anoint me with the chrism of spontaneity that I may be ever worthy of thee.
And while the chrism is used they chant, 'See the smell of my son is as the smell of a field.'
For Philip, when he baptised the eunuch, had neither oil nor chrism.
Lastly, he anointeth with chrism the twelve crosses depicted on the wall.
Jerry lived under the daily chrism of that soft well-wishing.
The chrism of Thackeray's inaugural ode will not have been dishonored.
The chrism of motherhood consecrates a woman as a priestess.
I had no right, as I told her, to suffer the innocence of her chrism to be soiled with the evil passions which were sin in me.
The chrism's glow on his forehead shone, The great St. George of duty high!
The chrism is on thine head,—on mine, the dew,— And Death must dig the level where these agree.