Definition of Sonorously

1. Adverb. In a sonorous manner. "The congregation consisted chiefly of a few young folk, who snored sonorously"

Exact synonyms: Rotundly
Partainyms: Rotund, Sonorous



Definition of Sonorously

1. Adverb. In a sonorous way. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sonorously

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sonorously

sonoraite
sonorant
sonorants
sonorific
sonorisation
sonorities
sonority
sonorization
sonorizations
sonorize
sonorized
sonorizes
sonorizing
sonorous
sonorous rale
sonorously (current term)
sonorousness
sonorousnesses
sonourous
sonovox
sonovoxes
sons
sons-in-law
sons-of-bitches
sons of bitches
sons of guns
sons of privilege
sons of the manse
sonse
sonses

Literary usage of Sonorously

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1. The Cheshire Sheaf ...: Being Local Gleanings, Historical and Antiquarian by Francis Sanders, William Fergusson Irvine, J. Brownbill (1883)
"Having been cracked in tramita, I hare had it re-cast, and it now performs its duty as the House Bell well and sonorously. ..."

2. A Dictionary of Musical Terms: Containing Upwards of 9,000 English, French by Theodore Baker (1895)
"... (It.) sonorously, resonantly, resoundingly. Sono're (It.) With a sonorous, ... Señorita', con, sonorously, ringingly. ..Sono'ro, sonorous, resonant. ..."

3. The Identity of Primitive Christianity and Modern Spiritualism by Eugene Crowell (1881)
"The speech of an angel or a spirit with man is heard as sonorously as the speech ... Hence their speech was heard by me as sonorously as the speech of man ..."

4. Emanuel Swedenborg: His Life and Writings by William M. White (1867)
"The conversation between an Angel and a Man is not tacit— ' The speech of an Angel or a Spirit with a Man is heard ' as sonorously as the speech of one Man ..."

5. Howitt's Journal by William Howitt, Mary Botham Howitt (1848)
"... and the bleating of calves and lambs was generally sonorously heard there. In the tap-room as sonorously resounded the voices of these smock frocked and ..."

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