Definition of Hosannaed
1. hosanna [v] - See also: hosanna
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hosannaed
Literary usage of Hosannaed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Recollections of a Lifetime: Or Men and Things I Have Seen ; in a Series of by Samuel Griswold Goodrich (1857)
"... swung it aloft, and the whole school hosannaed—" Peace ! peace !" At all our stopping-places, the people were gathered to rejoice in the good tidings. ..."
2. The Memorial History of the City of New-York: From Its First Settlement to by James Grant Wilson (1893)
"We told him it was; whereupon he tied his bandanna handkerchief to a broom, swung it aloft, and the entire school hosannaed, ' Peace! Peace! ..."
3. The Poets of the Future: A College Anthology by Henry Thomas (1921)
"You have gone mad, Inscrutable, lustrous woman, hosannaed by delirious worshippers About a shrine of steel. You have gone mad, Great woman with lyric eyes ..."
4. English Jacobite Ballads, Songs, & Satires, Etc.: From the Mss. at Towneley by Alexander Balloch Grosart (1877)
""Duke William" had the nation in the outset with him. Later it execrated where before it had hosannaed—and one has a sneaking kindness toward the man who, ..."
5. The Story of Peter Parley's Own Life by Samuel Griswold Goodrich, Frank Freeman (1863)
"We told him it was ; whereupon he tied his bandanna pocket-handkerchief to a broom, swung it aloft, and the whole school hosannaed, " Peace ! peace! ..."