Definition of Hosannahs

1. hosannah [n] - See also: hosannah



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hosannahs

horticulture
horticultures
horticulturist
horticulturists
hortulan
hortus siccus
hortyard
hortyards
hos
hosana
hosanna
hosannaed
hosannah
hosannahing
hosannahings
hosannahs (current term)
hosannaing
hosannas
hosaphone
hosaphones
hose
hose barb
hose clamp
hose clamps
hose down
hosebags
hosebeast
hosebeasts
hosed

Literary usage of Hosannahs

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1. The Psalms of David in Metre by Free Church of Scotland, Free Church of Scotland General Assembly, General Assembly (1884)
"And loud hosannahs shall proclaim the triumphs of the day. to our ... Salvation and immortal praise with glad hosannahs ring. mf 6 To Father, Son, ..."

2. Diary Illustrative of the Times of George the Fourth by Charlotte Campbell Bury (1838)
"... celestial songs Shalt list that heavenly music which belongs To those who, passing from this earthly sphere, In realms of living light hosannahs hear ! ..."

3. The Diary of a Lady-in-waiting by Charlotte Campbell Bury, Archibald Francis Steuart (1908)
"... celestial songs Shalt list that heavenly music which belongs To those who passing from this earthly sphere, In realms of living light hosannahs hear ! ..."

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