Then he fixed his eyes upon them like a basilisk and cried, 'Venite.'
"'Is to lead the Venite on a Sunday morning," interrupted the maid.
They tottered, quivered, but scarcely moved; again in a louder voice he called 'Venite;' they trembled and advanced a few steps.
The Te Deum and the Venite were also pared down to very small proportions.
Madame and Solange and our ex-seminarian knew all the words and the rest of us came in strong with "Venite, adoremus Dominum."
Thus it happened that when they came to the "Venite," the incumbent read, as usual, the first verse.
Of these the Venite, Benedicite, and the Sanctus have in recent times fallen out.
Et dixerunt: Venite et cogitemus contra Jeremiam cogitationes, non enim peribit lex a sacerdote, neque sermo a propheta.
If so, tell them that I invite them to visit both these places: "Venite et videte."
"Venite cum me," said my friend, and conducted me round the town until we found one.