Evensong [noun]

Definition of Evensong:

evening prayer

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Sentence/Example of Evensong:

He made an errand involving a long walk, and came back at an hour which left nothing but evensong between him and eight o'clock.

Michael's first High Mass was an emotional experience deeper even than that windy Evensong.

So by evensong, by adventure he came to a strong tower and an high, and there was he lodged gladly.

The journey to Kinfauns, and the various transactions which followed, had consumed the day, and it was now nearly evensong time.

Walter remained at home (he was to take the regular Friday evensong) and went into the study by himself.

One Sunday after evensong, at which Cranmer himself had read prayers, the King came nearly merrily to his supper.

The journey's really not so long; we have not far to roam; and soon we'll hear the evensong, and then we'll toddle home.

When he came back to Iona, he was asked where he had been all that long night since evensong to matins.

After supper we went to evensong in the pretty little prairie church, near which we afterwards camped.

The service was a shortened form of evensong, interspersed with many hymns.