Indeed, the annunciation is retold in the Holy Book of Islam not once, but twice.
The tribune mosaic is of the founder's time, and represents the Transfiguration and annunciation.
Painted the altar-piece of the "annunciation," in the Cathedral, Volterra.
I had drawn her apart from the company, expecting she would be agitated by the annunciation.
We were entertained at the convent built over the place of the annunciation.
The time from the annunciation to the return from Egypt was a time of deep emotion, of spirit-shaking events.
Here I meet the annunciation of a character as august as it must have been startling.
What can be more full of sweetness and humble adoration than the annunciation!
Thus ended the annunciation of the conjugal felicity of which Grippy was the architect.
We got away punctually, and in the course of an hour and a half arrived at the town of annunciation.
early 14c., "Lady Day," from Anglo-French anunciacioun, Old French anonciacion, from Latin annuntiationem (nominative annuntiatio), noun of action from past participle stem of annuntiare (see announce). The Church festival (March 25) commemorating the visit of the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary, foretelling the incarnation. General sense of "an announcing" is from 1560s. Old English for "Annunciation Day" was bodungdæg.