from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A writer of threnodies; a composer of dirges.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who composes, delivers, or utters, a threnode, or threnody.
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- noun rare A person who writes or says a
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As threnodist, she laments the funeral pyre of history: “And it smolders still, smolders without end …” (Liner Notes 8 – 9).
People were getting tired of bold action without achievement in the field, and every opponent of the Administration became a threnodist.
Thus Jeremias more than any other man was plainly called – it may be said, driven by an inner force – to lament the ruined city as threnodist of the great penitential period of the Old
The death of the Rev. Samuel Stone, of Hartford, afforded an opportunity of this sort not to be missed, and his threnodist accordingly celebrated him as a
Rev. Samuel Stone, of Hartford, afforded an opportunity of this sort not to be missed, and his threnodist accordingly celebrated him as a
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