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an·tiph·o·nal / anˈtifənl/ • adj. (in traditional western Christian liturgy) (of a short sentence or its musical setting) sung, recited, or played alternately by two groups. • n. another term for antiphonary. DERIVATIVES: an·tiph·o·nal·ly adv.
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