Definition of Paeans

1. Noun. (plural of paean) ¹



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Definition of Paeans

1. paean [n] - See also: paean

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paeans

padronism
padronisms
pads
padsaw
padsaws
padshah
padshahs
paduak
paduasoies
paduasoy
paduasoys
paducahs
paean
paeanism
paeanisms
paeans (current term)
paecilomyces
paeciloycosis
paedagogic
paedagogical
paedantry
paederast
paederastic
paederasts
paederasty
paediatric
paediatric arthritis
paediatric dentistry

Literary usage of Paeans

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1. A Study of the Greek P├Žan: With Appendixes Containing the Hymns Found at by Arthur Fairbanks (1900)
"Even in the literary paeans lis is not omitted. 5. The music with paeans. As to the music with which paeans were rendered, very little was known until the ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1825)
"... round In cluster'd rows the electrifying sound, That issued from thy tongue, thrill'd every soul, And paeans of applause burst forth as thunders roll ! ..."

3. The History of Sicily from the Earliest Times by Edward Augustus Freeman (1892)
"They had sailed forth amid prayers and paeans; they had now to toil along by land amid voices opposite indeed 3. And yet all that they had to bear seemed ..."

4. Victory!: Celebrated by Thirty-eight American Poets by William Stanley Braithwaite (1919)
"... Masters of might with sobs for paeans to swell Their darkening sway, but like a far-off bell Undoing night, the day has come for men. ..."

5. The Exaltation of the Flag by Robert Brett Westcott (1907)
"autumnal distance, are filled with vainglorious paeans of victory, prophecies of grandeur, parcelling of offices, and even heated arguments of how certain ..."

6. The Religion of Joy: God-consciousness, Or the Religion of Joy with God by Ethel Blackwell Robinson (1911)
"Think of the shrieks of pain and paeans of praise that beat upon God. How can he endure it all? Perhaps because he knows that these are growing pains of ..."

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