Synonym: appeal, entreaty, orison, petition, supplicant, supplication. Similar words: layer, player, taxpayer, arrayed, pray, spray, buyer, decayed. Meaning: [prer /preə] n. 1. the act of communicating with a deity (especially as a petition or in adoration or contrition or thanksgiving) 2. reverent petition to a deity 3. earnest or urgent request 4. a fixed text used in praying 5. someone who prays to God.
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1, We heard the calling of the bells to prayer.
2, Prayer is a form of communion with God.
3, He began by saying a prayer.
4, I sent up a quick prayer and entered the interview room.
5, I wish to conclude my speech with a prayer for the continued happiness of thenewly married couple.
6, The prisoner moaned a prayer for help.
7, The prisoner moaned out a prayer for mercy.
8, O Zeus! Hear my prayer.
9, She hasn't a prayer of winning the competition.
10, Cuthbert led an austere life of prayer and solitude.
11, We believe in the power of prayer.
12, This is a house of prayer.
13, Corey was always a firm believer in prayer.
14, He tried hard,[http://sentencedict.com/prayer.html] but he didn't have a prayer.
15, The congregation bowed their heads in prayer.
16, We bowed our heads in prayer.
17, He upraised his hands in prayer.
18, The night was spent in prayer.
19, Think of prayer as a two-way conversation.
20, His prayer moved me to tears.
21, She moved her lips in silent prayer.
22, Mr Armstrong was engaged in prayer.
23, The weary priest droned a prayer.
24, I offered up a short prayer for forgiveness.
25, She believed in the power of prayer.
26, We heard bells calling the faithful to prayer.
27, The congregation knelt in prayer.
28, Once many times of decision, finally were bested by your prayer.
29, He arrived at that very moment, as if in answer to her prayer.
30, They had joined a religious order and dedicated their lives to prayer and good works.