Definition of Chorused

1. Verb. (past of chorus) ¹



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Definition of Chorused

1. chorus [v] - See also: chorus

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chorused

chorrin
chorring
chors
chorten
chortens
chortle
chortled
chortler
chortlers
chortles
chortling
chorus
chorus frog
chorus girl
chorus line
chorused (current term)
choruses
chorusing
choruslike
chorussed
chorusses
chorussing
chose
chose jugée
chosen
chosen aggression principle
chosen people
chosenness
choses
choses jugées

Literary usage of Chorused

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1. The Bookman (1903)
"When chorused nature bids me take my love, shall I reply : "Nay ; but a certain Chancellor forbids?" Sir, you are England's Lord High Chancellor, ..."

2. Iolanthe: Or The Peer and the Peri. A New and Original Comic Opera in Two Acts by Arthur Sullivan, William Schwenck Gilbert (1882)
"When chorused Nature bids me take my love, shall I reply, " Nay, but a certain Chancellor forbids it"? Sir, you are England's Lord High Chancellor, ..."

3. The Metropolitan (1841)
"Alteration," chorused the deputation. " Yes, gentlemen, considerable alteration." " Were Mr. Middleton," calmly replied the voter, " the representative of ..."

4. Putnam's Magazine (1910)
"they chorused. "Why, there's something wrong with it! ... chorused the information bureau. Coming from an information bureau, the statement was marvellously ..."

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