litany[ lit-n-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF litany
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LITANY
This was his commendation, from hour to hour; it made up the litany of his gratitude for what she had been to him.
At 11.30 we had the Litany, at which I was able to be present, on deck.
I was able to attend the Litany at 11.30, and evening service at 4.
The petition had not yet been erased from the Litany—why should it ever have been?
They prayed for the cause of missions in their Sunday Litany.
So in a litany, published by Craig, a long series of gods is introduced.
And you and I, if we have said the Litany in spirit and in truth, have been praying for them.
The hermit was so absorbed in his litany that he heard nothing.
To accustom the Indians to his mode of worship, he commenced chanting the litany of the Virgin.
Your heart frames the responses to the litany of my remembrance.