Used at the end of a prayer or a statement to express assent or approval.(interjection)
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Use "amen" in a sentence
"Then again, he did use the word "mellifluous" just for flare -- maybe saying, "amen" is just some literary device we don't understand yet ..."
"Hell if you go back and look at the comments you will see ALL of what you term his amen corner saying he should write about G Gordon Liddy whom IS an equivalent of Bill Ayers instead of continuing to get on the tireswing and yearn for the McCain of old."
"The word amen means truly, certainly, so be it -- from the verb to confirm, to establish, to be true."