chorus[ kawr-uh s, kohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF chorus
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHORUS
When Banstead took the chorus out to supper he had the ready repartee of his kind.
Shall I sing the chorus now or would you prefer to hear it later.
Her gasp of astonishment was lost in the chorus of congratulatory cries.
So they all called in chorus,—Fido and the other honest friends.
I know who's goin' to be there, an' set in the chorus an' sing alto.
The Berkshire tragedy had a chorus; but the London tragedy has no chorus.
But I wish that there were some way in which the chorus could enter.
As the two drew nearer the crowd a chorus of voices greeted them.
Her sister seconded her, and a chorus of approval arose from around the table.
He sings while the crew heaves on the ropes an' they all come in on the chorus.