orison

[ awr-uh-zuh n, or- ]SEE DEFINITION OF orison

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When, if not now, 59shall we set about the orison of the peplus100 and chaplets?

Fauchelevent thought that it was an orison which she was finishing.

That mighty pause before the class,—that orison and benediction—how much of my life it has been and made.

It was, however, the best I could hit upon, and I directed my steps towards the Farnham orison.

It was the orison of Margaret Binkie as she descended to the breakfast-room.

In her hand she held a book of the time of Solomon and she was saying an orison to God.

Half an hour afterwards Dr. Orison returned to the guests and reported the woman to be out of danger.

Maria merely whispered the words of the orison and kept her eyes fastened on the ground.

This timing, therefore, of sacrifice and orison to the planetary hours, is pertinently and speakingly feigned by Chaucer.

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