1 [usually as modifier] Evening prayer; vespers: vesper service
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- Devoted to her faith, she attended both laud and vesper masses daily whereas the king avoided religious duties, delegating them whenever possible.
- His vesper psalms were important for establishing the practice of writing for double choir, which was to become a special feature of Venetian music.
- One evening following vespers mass, Emmanuelle robed and veiled all in black so that she remained completely incognito stepped into the dark confessional, knowing Father Connor was on the opposite side.
Late Middle English: from Latin vesper 'evening (star)'.
Words that rhyme with vesperVespa
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