chorister[ kawr-uh-ster, kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF chorister
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHORISTER
That sweet singer, the solitaire, is the chorister of the forest.
No smokes, no drinks, few if any eats—and not a chorister in sight.
You are a member of the college school and a chorister, are you not?
"If he's a chorister, I'd like to go where he keeps his choir," said Rob.
And so, Harry, my boy, you have really made up your mind to be a chorister?
The superintendent should select the hymns, in conference with the chorister.
He was an English sailor and in his boyhood had been a chorister in a great Cathedral.
The preacher, who was also chorister, took his position near the door so as to accommodate those without as well as those within.
Here Prissy proceeded to equip Toady Lion in one of her own "nighties," very much against that chorister's will.
An inscription records that it was given in 1858 by a citizen once a chorister; it is by Edmundson & Son.