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noun as in group of singers

noun as in refrain

noun as in agreement

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Example Sentences

It’s a constant chorus reminding us, as English poet John Donne once did, that islands aren’t as isolated as they appear.

In midsummer, when he was in fact handed the reins to the chorus, the state of the world had changed dramatically and consequently conducting had too, yet he remained equally enthused.

Last spring, celebrity astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson joined the chorus about the Overview Effect’s power for our planet.

From Ozy

As has been its chorus throughout its international guide rollout, Michelin maintains the awards will help elevate and support these dining scenes “amid the demanding landscape for hospitality businesses.”

From Eater

STAYC’s debut song, “So Bad,” has one of the catchiest choruses in recent memory.

From Time

The running machines are a gloomy chorus of heavy-footed stomping.

And then that chorus kicks in, and the young lady formerly known as Lizzy Grant transforms into the princess of darkness.

Another beautiful Eminor number, with a nice shift up to the major for the chorus.

As she finishes the thought, a chorus of voices rises around her.

As recently as Thursday, Rolling Stone was still defending the story against a growing chorus of critics.

Once—twice, the chorus of that old English Royalist song rose up out of the grove.

A chorus of haw haws, showed how delighted his fellow-clowns were with farmer Joe's story.

The solo voice of the Nubian sailor was lost in the chorus of voices which came floating over the Nile.

Politics were largely at the bottom of it all, I am sure, and certain newspapers joined in the noisy chorus.

Before a long table at one end of the room is the crowd of American students singing in a chorus.


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On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chorus, such as: choir, ensemble, carolers, chorale, choristers, and vocalists.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.