The air of 'Nunc Dimittis' sounds in same of these writings.
"The World Set Free" by Herbert George Wells
I am now contented, and can sing my nunc dimittis.
"The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Volume II (of II)" by Charles Darwin
At seventy-eight, Grandma Kelly was far from ready for her nunc dimittis.
"Martie the Unconquered" by Kathleen Norris
They died away; the Magnificat followed, then silence, then the Nunc Dimittis, then another silence, presently the anthem.
"In the Wilderness" by Robert Hichens
I should like to see Clive happy, and then say Nunc dimittis.
"The Newcomes" by William Makepeace Thackeray
Nunc Dimittis is dull and The Wandering Jew dreadful; but Procris is a beautiful poem.
"Reviews" by Oscar Wilde
What happy artist murmured, "Nunc dimittis," When he had fashioned this transcendent bowl?
"Pipe and Pouch" by Various
Its head, in consequence, is free, and it begins to sing its 'Nunc dimittis.
"King John of Jingalo" by Laurence Housman
Jubilate, Magnificat, and Nunc Dimittis, Op.
"Story-Lives of Great Musicians" by Francis Jameson Rowbotham
Nunc Dimittis, the, 97.
"Jesus the Christ" by James Edward Talmage
Nunc dimittis servum tuum Domine, secundum verbum tuum in pace.
"The St. Gregory Hymnal and Catholic Choir Book" by Various
It is too soon to beat reactionary bosoms, crying aloud, Nunc dimittis!
"Ivory Apes and Peacocks" by James Huneker
And to see Lily married into the smart set would have caused her to say her Nunc Dimittis with a sober and grateful heart.
"Mammon and Co." by E. F. Benson