[ US /ˈænθəm/ ]
[ UK /ˈænθəm/ ]
[ UK /ˈænθəm/ ]
- a song of devotion or loyalty (as to a nation or school)
- a song of praise (to God or to a saint or to a nation)
How To Use anthem In A Sentence
- That they sing the national anthem as though it means something. The Sun
- Carefully she clipped the grass the grave and arranged the pinky - white, small chrysanthemums the tin cross.
- I suspect it's because they make some of the most amazing, anthemic, inspiring music around today.
- This malformation is much less common than the converse one of calycanthemy. Vegetable Teratology An Account of the Principal Deviations from the Usual Construction of Plants
- The national anthem at last week's home opener at Fenway Park — performed by a Boston Pops contingent — included the now de rigueur obbligato of a military jet flyover. Flams and drags
- The ceremony was brought to a close by the singing of the national anthem.
- The following year the ‘Marseillaise’ was adopted as the national anthem, and the 14 July as a national fête, to join the tricolor as the national flag.
- Potty mouth aside, Nash can craft a solid tune when she hits her marks, whether they be straight up pop, a girl group throwback or a riot grrrl anthem. Hot tickets: Kate Nash, Ariel Pink, Gabriel Iglesias
- Next, they will try to put our national anthem in Lakota! Think Progress » FACT CHECK: U.S. Government Commissioned Spanish-Language ‘Star-Spangled Banner’ in 1919
- Fronted by Alan Donohoe, they specialise in creating angular working class anthems that are packed with sharp, edgy guitars and socially relevant lyrics.