orison : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n reverent petition to a deity
- Claimed she: He would not let her use a vacuum cleaner lest it wear out the rugs; he would wake before the alarm clock's orison to save the spring; on July 4, he bought the .
- While 287 would refuse to enlist if they were out of orison when war was declared, 261 would refuse a parole to enlist.
- The title itself comes from a Zen Buddhist pal who always uttered "his senseless little orison" on leaving King's apartment.