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The old man stood up, shouted an order in the voice of a Stentor, and waved his hand.
Nay, but he could not; he lay in chains with a gag in his mouth, that might have smothered the voice of Stentor.
Every man is like "Stentor of the brazen voice," whose shout, as Homer says in the Iliad, "was as the shout of fifty men."
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Stentor, stent′or, n. a very loud-voiced herald in the Iliad, hence any person with a remarkably loud voice: the ursine howler.
The Stentor, from its location below the alga, could not reach the starch grains without altering its position.
Boythorn (Laurence), a robust gentleman with the voice of a Stentor; a friend of Mr. Jarndyce.
Stentor polymorphus (fig. 38) is a very beautiful trumpet-shaped infusorium, the body being covered with spiral rows of cilia.
Fission is the ordinary mode of reproduction in the Infusoria, and is usually transverse, but oblique in Stentor, &.
At that moment Fred recognized him as Sut Simpson, the scout, whose voice rang out as startling and clear as that of a stentor.
IN THE PECOS COUNTRYEDWARD SYLVESTER ELLIS (AKA LIEUTENANT R.H. JAYNE)
When the applause had subsided, Mr. Stentor rose and modestly alluded to his own proud position.

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