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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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evensonge‧ven‧song /ˈiːvənsɒŋ $ -sɒːŋ/ noun [uncountable]  RRCthe evening religious ceremony in the Church of England
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evensongIt was a choral evensong from Southwark which convinced me.Neither is the attendance at choral evensong in Anglican cathedrals up and down the land.I could see what he meant when we turned up the other day for evensong at Salisbury Cathedral.Now he decided that the minute evensong ended he was off to talk to the police.It was the hour of evensong.In the building just opposite, evensong would soon be drawing to a close.
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