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psalmbook

Syllabification: psalm·book
Pronunciation: /ˈsälmbo͝ok
 
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Definition of psalmbook in English:

noun

A book containing psalms, especially with metrical settings for worship.
Example sentences
  • If they were to return to freedom, they would receive a bible, sermon book, and psalm book, respectively.
  • The meeting house where Priestley rose in 1780 owned-upon its destruction by a ‘Church and King’ mob in 1791-123 kneeling cushions and 319 psalm books.
  • When reading this passage, our religious friends visualize church psalm-books. In their opinion, these psalm-books could include any Old Testament psalm set to music.

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