Definition of threnodist in English:

threnodist

noun

  • See threnody

    • ‘While middle-aged women of pious persuasion are novelizing as hugely as ever, adolescent girl threnodists have fallen into a decline.’
    • ‘R. shows Jerome in many of his numerous roles, as novelist, theologian, chronographer, epistolographer, satirist, biographer, biblical scholar, literary historian, translator, controversialist, threnodist, and ascetic expert.’
    • ‘As much as she has lost, her status as a conquering hero separates her from the threnodists.’

Pronunciation

threnodist

/ˈTHrenədəst//ˈθrɛnədəst/