Thursday , 20 June 2024

Orison meaning

Noun: orison

Pronunciation: (or-i-zun)

Orison meaning: Reverent petition to a deity.

Synonyms: prayer, petition.

orison meaning
An earnest request or wish.The act or practice of praying to God or a religious service consisting chiefly of prayers.

Quotations: St. Teresa of Avila – Learn to self-conquest, persevere thus for a time, and you will perceive very clearly the advantage which you gain from it. As soon you apply yourself to orison, you will at once feel your senses gather themselves together: they seem like bees which..

Wendell Berry – As I age in the world it will rise and spread, and be for this place horizon and orison, the voice of its winds. I have made myself a dream to dream of its rising, that has gentled my nights. Let me desire and wish well the life these trees may live when I no longer rise in the mornings to be pleased with the green of them shining, and their shadows on the ground, and the sound of the wind in them.

Sample sentences:

  1. For in his morning orison she loves the sun and the sun loves him.
  2. My parents recited a quick orison.
  3. The farmer cried out his orisons to an empty sky.
  4. The orisons of fury will be sung.
  5. Mary Tudor had indeed finished her afternoon orisons.
  6. In her hand she held a book of the time of Solomon and she was saying an orison to God.
  7. For one thing, the supplicants were exhausted in body, soul, and spirit, and their orisons came slowly.
  8. While chanting the funeral prayers and orisons of the Church, the natives, from a safe distance, shouted derisively and danced to celebrate their treason.
  9. In the first there is a chapel and shrine, where the Russian visitor performs his orisons and prays for the soul of Peter.
  10. She would love it, too, for his dear sake, and her eyes would rest upon it when she prayed for him in her orisons.
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