Definition of Monodist

1. n. A writer of a monody.



Definition of Monodist

1. Noun. the writer of a monody ¹

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Definition of Monodist

1. one who writes monodies [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monodist

monoderivatives
monodermoma
monodic
monodical
monodically
monodies
monodimensional
monodimetric
monodisperse
monodispersed
monodispersely
monodisperses
monodispersing
monodispersity
monodispersive
monodist (current term)
monodists
monodomain
monodomains
monodon
monodons
monodont
monodrama
monodramas
monodramatic
monodrame
monodrames
monodromic
monodromies
monodromy

Literary usage of Monodist

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1. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"... monodist. elegant, a. "Elegant" implies good taste and more or less ornateness, grace, discrimination, or the like, such as is associated with the ..."

2. Elson's Music Dictionary: Containing the Definition and Pronunciation of by Louis Charles Elson (1905)
"monodist. One who writes a monody. Monodram (Ger.) (môn-ô-dram.) \ A Monodrama (It.) mön-ö-uVa-mä) ) musical drama in which only one actor appears ..."

3. My Memoirs by Marguerite Steinheil (1912)
"The son, like thousands of Protestants in the Jura and Switzerland at the time, was a monodist, and believed that Monod, the great preacher and revivalist, ..."

4. The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calendar of Popular ...by William Hone by William Hone (1839)
"The monodist connects him with cats of great renown in the annals of witchcraft; a science whereto they have been allied as closely as poor old women, ..."

5. The Red Eagle: A Poem of the South by Alexander Beaufort Meek (1914)
"No muse is thine, my worship may invoke, Yet give the secret of yon red-bird's song— Spirit and monodist of that frail throng, Who erst, with shout and ..."

6. The Georgian Era: Memoirs of the Most Eminent Persons, who Have Flourished by ------ Clarke (1833)
"... where, on hearing of the victory, he exclaimed, " I hope tlie bastion of the citadel ; where, in the true, but poetical language of his monodist, ..."

7. The Red Eagle: A Poem of the South by Alexander Beaufort Meek (1855)
"No muse is thine, my worship may invoke, Yet give the secret of yon red-bird's song,— Spirit and monodist of that frail throng, Who erst, with shout and ..."

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