evensongnoun [ U ]uk /ˈiː.vənˌsɒŋ/ us /ˈiː.vənˌsɑːŋ/
Examples from literature
- Evensong had been sung with more than usual solemnity.
- Evensong had just concluded, the worshippers had dispersed, and the great square itself was silent and deserted, save for one or two hurrying pedestrians crossing it on their homeward way.
- That night, so far as possible, the chaplains gathered their men round them on the field, and many a homely evensong was held.
- The church bells were ringing for evensong, and a squad of Salvation Army lassies came singing down Waterloo Road.
- We cannot find them, and they have not been seen by anyone since evensong.