[ kawr-uh s, kohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF chorused
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As of a faint-heard prayer, that was chorused with deeper responses.

"Bring your company with you," chorused a dozen or more of the girls.

"He 'll send you into the yard," cried one; and the sentence was chorused at once.

"We'll be angelic, mother," they chorused, and they really meant it.

"Oh, yes, that's the way we like it best," chorused the four older members.

The chorused response was cut short by the spitting of weapons.

"But you called it by name," chorused the children, crowding closer about her.

“No, Jorrocks, we pledge our words to that,” Tom and I chorused.

"So pleased you like them, dear Mr. Dodd," chorused the stockbroker's daughters.

Aye, aye, chorused the circle of neighbours, her breaths failin now.