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psalter. A collection of Eng. verse paraphrases of the psalms, intended to be sung. Miles Coverdale pubd. a coll. in 1539. The Sternhold and Hopkins coll. appeared in 1549 and was completed by 1564. Other famous psalters were those by John Day, Este, Ravenscroft, Playford, and Tate and Brady.

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psal·ter / ˈsôltər/ • n. (the psalter or the Psalter) the Book of Psalms. ∎  a copy of the biblical Psalms, esp. for liturgical use.

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Psalter

Psalter the Book of Psalms; a copy of the biblical Psalms, especially for liturgical use.

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Psalter. The book of Psalms in a form for use in devotion or worship.

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Psalter

of bishops: bishops collectively.

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Psalter: see Psalms.

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