Meaning: sung or uttered rhythmically in a monotone; "a chanted psalm"
And still she chanted her Magic Song.
Cause her lots of trouble, in the days to come," he chanted solemnly.
As she chanted her Magic Song the bolts softly drew back, the doors softly opened.
It seemed a weary time to the eager people while the black figure knelt and the monks chanted.
Then a handful of twigs is dipped in water and weighted with stones, while a spell is chanted.
The poets have chanted this momentous revolution according to their religion, their phantasy, or their mood.
In the khan, to all the people aroused and pressing about them, they told their story; and through the town, and all the way back to the marah, they chanted the refrain of the angels, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good-will towards men!"