stentorian

[ sten-tawr-ee-uh n, -tohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF stentorian

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The tone in which this was spoken was harsh and stentorian, and almost made me bounce.

Without waiting for an answer, he commenced, in stentorian tones.

Where had I heard that stentorian but childish voice before?

He drew in his breath for a stentorian command for them to drop their weapons.

Suddenly he heard his name called in a stentorian contralto.

Then, as the porter shouted in stentorian tones, “New Yawk—all out!”

"Upon my word, it's true," said Porthos, in a stentorian voice.

But a stentorian shout from Captain Jeb put an end to the altercation.

Above the tumult of the torrent his stentorian tones were plainly heard.

Many times our car came to a sudden stop as a stentorian "Halt!"

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