sonorously

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

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He pronounced the inhibition lengthily and sonorously, so that the 'not' sounded like 'n-o-o-o-t!'

"Good-morning, Mrs. McChesney," returned Mr. Sims, sonorously.

To me it sounds like wherefore, wherefore, impressively and sonorously intoned.

"We have the honor to salute your highness," he said, sonorously.

“I was wrong, grievously wrong, Captain Shore,” he said sonorously.

Apart from their spirit the lines of this poet are sonorously beautiful.

Haraden stood with watch in hand and sonorously counted off the minutes.

"Prepare yourself, dear Lady Newhaven," he said, sonorously.

We had a great church bell and it was ringing, loudly, sonorously.

The hours went by, sounding slowly, sonorously, and sadly from the cathedral clock.

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