paternoster

[ pey-ter-nos-ter, pah‐, pat-er‐ ]SEE DEFINITION OF paternoster
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PATERNOSTER

Paternoster rises sheer from the water to a height of more than 900 feet.

I will say my Paternoster in English with anybody, and my Belief too, for that matter.

Christians we are,” said Pharaoh, “and will say our Paternoster and Credo with any man.

Death gave him time only to recite an Ave Maria, and a Paternoster.

Not a thought of prayer, not one paternoster entered his mind.

She began to repeat her paternoster, but she forgot how the words came.

She had not been able to pray; ave and paternoster alike had failed her.

Some said "Our Father" and some "Paternoster," and they all meant the same.

Such a bill as came in this week past from a silkman in Paternoster Row!

Then to Paternoster Row to buy things for my wife against her going.

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