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Ambrose, St Line breaks: St Am|brose
Pronunciation: /ˈambrəʊz/

Definition of Ambrose, St in English:

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Ambrosian

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Pronunciation: /amˈbrəʊzɪən/
adjective
Example sentences
  • His knowledge of Greek enabled him to introduce much Eastern theology and liturgical practice into the West; Ambrosian plainsong is associated with his name.
  • Surviving plainchant manuscripts show that the standard Gregorian chant was not used, and Ambrosian forms persisted in Italian-speaking regions until recent times.
  • Beside the Ambrosian dialogi, we have four other prose works.

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