sonorous

[ suh-nawr-uhs, -nohr-, son-er-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF sonorous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SONOROUS

The young man's voice came with a sonorous firmness that was new to it.

Her perfect health, and all her love of life, rang out in this sonorous gaiety.

In the sonorous emptiness of the place, there ensued a heated discussion.

His voice is sweet and sonorous, his eyes are bright with intellect.

The solemnity of the sonorous exhortation was water in her ears.

His ecstatic declamation73 of the sonorous rhythm was enough for me.

In sonorous, booming tones, somewhat muffled by his respirator.

His voice was sonorous and commanding; his manner tranquil and dignified.

She liked to hear me read my Cicero, pleased by the movement of the sonorous periods.

It was sonorous, it had dignity, it was full of possibilities.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SONOROUS

grandiloquent

adjectivepretentious, flowery (communication)
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