stentor[ sten-tawr ]SEE DEFINITION OF stentor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STENTOR
It lasts with the voice of Stentor, and with the horn of Roland.
Stentor polymorphus is exceedingly interesting on more than one account.
Parasitic in Stentor, and at one time mistaken for its young.
O'Callaghan, amidst the din of arms, calling to his soldiers with the tones of a Stentor, "steady 39th ordinary time!"
So that Stentor himself becomes a mute when compared with these insects.
May I ask you, sir, to give the names of your party for the Morning Stentor?
“I shall of course take Stentor and Athenais,” said Columba.
“Like a thousand of brick,” he said, with the voice of a Stentor.
Perhaps the intense emotional effect of the music, plus its stentor, was the cause.
The old man stood up, shouted an order in the voice of a Stentor, and waved his hand.