I must speak to her before Compline.
"Sword Blades and Poppy Seed" by Amy Lowell
After compline, talk; Fray Juan Perez, the good man, comfortable in his great chair before the fire.
"1492" by Mary Johnston
As, for instance, Prime, Tierce, Sexte, Nones, Matins, Angelus, High Mass, Vespers, Complines, etc.
"The PG Edition of Chesterfield's Letters to His Son" by The Earl of Chesterfield
Soon after Compline was over the nun had gone to Unorna's room, had knocked and had entered.
"The Witch of Prague" by F. Marion Crawford
The wonderful peace of the day's compline.
"The Cardinal's Snuff-Box" by Henry Harland
Nothing entered between Compline and Prime but a couple of bullock-carts and a cavalcade of merchants from Brescia.
"Little Novels of Italy" by Maurice Henry Hewlett
After compline came bed-time.
"The White Lady of Hazelwood" by Emily Sarah Holt
I will tell you the time this evening, after compline.
"En Route" by J.-K. (Joris-Karl) Huysmans
Generally students were required to attend matins (in summer at 3 a.m., winter at 4), mass, vespers and compline.
"The Story of Paris" by Thomas Okey
Just before the bell rang for compline, Mother Ada came in.
"In Convent Walls" by Emily Sarah Holt
I am very weary, and I must sleep a little, if I can, before compline.
"One Snowy Night" by Emily Sarah Holt
From Matins to Compline they regularly and decently carried out the services of Holy Mother Church.
"Devil Stories" by Various
As it spake the bells of the church began to ring for compline.
"Joan of Arc" by Lucy Foster Madison
On his return, still thin and wan, he resumed his duties, and from Prime to Compline missed no service.
"A Speckled Bird" by Augusta J. Evans Wilson
But the bells are sounding for compline, and I must not miss the sacred hour.
"Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta Family" by Elizabeth Rundle Charles
No Compline in the Oratory to-night, I suppose.
"Wild Honey" by Cynthia Stockley
It was as yet not more than a half-hour or so beyond compline, so the street was full.
"The Chevalier d'Auriac" by S. (Sidney) Levett-Yeats
The compline being ended, you must go to bed.
"The History of the Knights Templars, the Temple Church, and the Temple" by Charles G. Addison
Since the 6th century the number and order of the hours have been fixed thus: matins, lauds, prime, terce, sext, none, vespers, compline.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 13, Slice 7" by Various
Let us read compline together and go to bed.
"When It Was Dark" by Guy Thorne