|EXPAND YOUR NOUN POWER
The correct answer is recitation.
The correct answer is (B) A (usually lengthy) recitation; lengthy enumeration; a prolonged or tedious account. Also, a ceremonial or liturgical form of prayer consisting of a series of invocations or petitions recited by the priest or other religious leader with recurrent responses from the congregation. In addition, a recital or recitation that resembles a litany.
Litany comes from Middle English letanie, Old English, Latin litania, Greek litaneia (prayer).
Examples of use:
- Her girlfriends listened while she droned on with a litany of his shortcomings.
- Protestors surged down the street the street chanting their endless litanies.