from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The response which one side of the choir makes to the other in a chant; alternate chanting or singing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The response which one side of the choir makes to the other in a chant; alternate chanting or signing.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See antiphon.
Clearly, you must atone for citing a link the way most normal people understand it, rather than the super-secret way antiphone demands.
Capitulate, or antiphone will stamp his feet and maybe even hold his breath.
That said, antiphone - go watch some Emeril and kick it up a notch, eh?
Sunday Martins in winter consisted of sevent-five psalms and twenty-five antiphone -- three psalms to each antiphone.
MacTavish was heard to groan, "Oh, why tid I leave my home!" to which a voice responded in mocking antiphone, "Why tid you cross ta teep?"
"Good Lord, deliver us!" comes the solemn antiphone of the telegraph editor, the assistant telegraph editor, Corkey and the copy boy.
In the first advertising for Verizon's Droid antiphone, the iPhone's shortcomings are displayed, with rather sweet, jolly, Applesque music as background.
antiphone, you are entitled to say that, base on the First Amendment, but not on a fair reading of my words.
(antiphone) or from the adjective antiphonos, and that it signified a chant by alternate choirs.
Allow me to send you my finished composition of this Cacilia, the musical foundation of which is furnished by the Gregorian antiphone: "Cantantibus organis,
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