Definition of Stentors

1. Noun. (plural of stentor) ¹



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Definition of Stentors

1. stentor [n] - See also: stentor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stentors

stenotyping
stenotypist
stenotypists
stenotypy
stens
stent
stented
stenting
stentor
stentorian
stentorin
stentorins
stentorious
stentoriously
stentorophonic
stentors (current term)
stentour
stentours
stents
step
step-
step-aunt
step-aunts
step-by-step
step-cousin
step-cousins
step-dance
step-down
step-down transformer
step-father

Literary usage of Stentors

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1. Marvels of pond-life; or, A year's microscopic recreations among the polyps by Henry James Slack (1871)
"... Mode of viewing them — Their abundance — Social habits — Solitary stentors living in Gelatinous caves — Propagation by divers modes ..."

2. The Student, and Intellectual Observer (1869)
"ANATOMY OF THE stentors. (With a Tinted Plate.) THERE are no infusoria more beautiful or more generally attractive to observers than the ..."

3. Student and Singer: The Reminiscences of Charles Santley by Charles Santley (1892)
"... Saffo " — Two stentors — Dramatic Performances of the Teatro R6 — Sal vim — Goldoni's Comedies — Concerts at the Scala : Felicien David's "Le ..."

4. The Divine Comedy of Patriotism by Mortimer Thomson (1900)
"Let each nation establish a college of ethics for patriots Where the selfish stentors of public rage may learn justice. 156. Shall I not rail at the ill in ..."

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