- n. 连祷；冗长的陈述；连续
any long and tedious address or recital;
"the patient recited a litany of complaints"
"a litany of failures"
a prayer consisting of a series of invocations by the priest with responses from the congregation
- Dr. Middleton bowed to the litany.
- He tried to offer an explanation,but I just started in on a litany of nasty barbs.
- There is a litany of unanswered questions surrounding the incident.
- The television news was a daily litany of bombings and killings.
Our crew..invoked Allah and a whole litany of what I supposed were saints.出自： W. Golding
'A generation gone,' went the litany of the time.出自： H. Bailey
The reform of any socialist system is likely to involve a litany of words and phrases such as skills, market economy, mobility of labour.出自：Sunday Times