In a real genuine big national eisteddfod there are departments for painting and for poetry.
I suppose by graduate bard you mean one who has gained the chair at an eisteddfod?
The classification of new bards was made at an eisteddfod once in three years.
The eisteddfod found in him a thorough friend and a wise counsellor.
Mr. Abraham might well be expected to sing a number of notes, seeing that he takes a part in the eisteddfod.
Finally, eight other preachers from the eisteddfod came and announced to the Elder their intention.
Then don't you remember the girl who played a solo for Templeton at the eisteddfod?
We seldom hear of an eisteddfod taking place on the other side of the dyke.
She temporizes, postpones, and supplicates to have the period extended up to the close of the eisteddfod.
"Please tell us, first of all, why the thing's to be called an eisteddfod," begged Nora Whitehead.