- n.祈祷; 祈祷（习惯）; 祈祷文; 经文;
- 复数: prayers;
The priest intoned the final prayer.
The Colonel bowed his head and whispered a prayer of thanksgiving.
She'd been caught from behind and hadn't a prayer of freeing herself.
They should take a little time and say a prayer for the people on both sides.
They had joined a religious order and dedicated their lives to prayer and good works.
Uncle Richard intoned a chapter from the Bible and improvised a prayer.
There is a ceremony of prayer and flagellation before the dancing begins.
A prayer vigil is being held in the cathedral in memory of the bishop.
He saw his vocation as one of prayer and apostolic work.
She offered a silent prayer of thanks.
Several extraneous prefaces were cut out of the prayer book at the beginning of the eleventh century.
The High Court of Parliament began very correctly with a prayer for the Queen.
It is real prayer, and not mechanical repetition.
His prayer moved me to tears.
The pastor requested the women present to join him in prayer.
I offered up a short prayer for forgiveness.
He should consider offering up a prayer to St Lambert.
The Prayer Book has provided a flexible enough nexus of beliefs to hold together the different church parties.
This is a house of prayer.
We concluded the meeting at eight o'clock with a prayer.
The prisoner moaned a prayer for help.
We heard the calling of the bells to prayer.
The congregation bowed their heads in prayer.
Everyone in church knelt in prayer.
The whole place was steeped in prayer.
Any action , any approach must be covered with prayer and made in love.
You'd meet me at the altar of prayer.
Light up your heart through prayer.
When we touched down to blue skies and warm air, I sent up a small prayer of gratefulness.
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1. the act of communicating with a deity (especially as a petition or in adoration or contrition or thanksgiving);
"the priest sank to his knees in prayer"
2. reverent petition to a deity
3. earnest or urgent request;
"an entreaty to stop the fighting"
"an appeal for help"
"an appeal to the public to keep calm"
4. a fixed text used in praying
5. someone who prays to God
not have a prayer
(informal)have no chance at all of succeeding at something
he doesn't have a prayer of toppling Tyson.