EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHOIR
He could hear the music of the organ, and presently the choir began to sing an anthem.
Josie, of course, was prompt to oust Angie Tuthill from her place in the choir.
I wish you'd commence to-night, instead of choir practice night.
It was a low vault, with squat arches, on exactly the same plan as the choir.
Thirdly, the choir of elder men, who are from thirty to sixty years of age, will also sing.
John was kneeling in his place in the second row of the choir.
No organist, no choir, no clerk, and next to no congregation.
He knelt with his face to the gallery in which the choir sat.
It was snowing anew, and the north wind was howling like a choir of the damned.
While the outlines of most of the abbey are Norman, the choir is almost all of later date.
c.1300, queor "part of the church where the choir sings," from Old French cuer, quer "choir of a church (architectural); chorus of singers" (13c., Modern French choeur), from Latin chorus "choir" (see chorus). Meaning "band of singers" is c.1400, quyre. Re-spelled mid-17c. on Latin model.