Definition of Psaltries

1. psaltry [n] - See also: psaltry



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Psaltries

psalmodized
psalmodizes
psalmodizing
psalmody
psalmograph
psalmography
psalmwriter
psalmwriters
psalter
psalteria
psalterial
psalteries
psalterium
psalters
psaltery
psaltries (current term)
psaltry
psammite
psammites
psammitic
psammology
psammoma
psammomas
psammomatous
psammon
psammons
psammophile
psammophiles
psammophilous
psammophyte

Literary usage of Psaltries

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1. Plutarch's Lives: The Translation Called Drydens̀ by Plutarch, John Dryden (1895)
"... and throughout the town nothing was to be seen but spears wreathed about with ivy, harps, flutes, and psaltries, while Antony in their songs was Bacchus ..."

2. Lectures on the Sacred Poetry of the Hebrews by Robert Lowth (1829)
"So the psalmists appointed by David are said to prophesy with the harp, with psaltries, etc. (1 Chron. 25: 1 — 7). (Lowth and Michaelis in loc. ..."

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