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- n. a writer of hymns
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- n. A writer of hymns.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A composer of hymns; one skilled in the writing of hymns; a hymnologist.
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Subsequently a hymnist and a poet, Montgomery's most successful work was the anti-slavery The West Indies (1809).
They turned their backs on the divine to walk into the human, never to have the melodious experience that the hymnist describes: I come to the garden alone while the dew is still on the roses, and the voice I hear falling on my ear the Son of God discloses.
Dick Morris, the president's political adviser and hymnist to "" family values, '' got caught in a humiliating sexual scandal and was back in business as a successful independent contractor almost at once.
One of my favorite classes in seminary was Hymnology, taught by Dr. Tom Troeger, an eminent hymnist hymnself.
There, he labored long and hard in the patient work of theology and liturgy, becoming one of the greatest hymnist of the East, as well as the last of the early Church Fathers and the first of the medieval scholastics.
Chorley recounts that, while she was composing Superstition and Revelation, Hemans was in the early stages of her literary acquaintance with Reginald Heber (1783-1826), Anglican cleric, poet, hymnist, Quarterly Review reviewer, at the last Bishop of Calcutta.
Reformation was also the first evangelical hymnist.
Dr. Watts makes several appearances, Dickens made the acquaintance of this noted hymnist in early youth (see p. 7), and makes good use of his knowledge.
Many other points are noted -- such as the derivation of "Pytho" from a word meaning _rot_, -- to show that the hymnist was rather disparaging than celebrating the Delphian sanctuary.
Keller a musician rather than a poet and hymnist, and the honors of the fine anthem are divided.