sonorous

(son´ә-rәs) (sә-nor´әs) resonant; sounding.
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sonorous

1. Giving sound when struck; resonant; as, sonorous metals. ... 2. Loud-sounding; giving a clear or loud sound; as, a sonorous voice. ... 3. Yielding sound; characterised by sound; vocal; sonant; as, the vowels are sonorous. ... 4. Impressive in sound; high-sounding. 'The Italian opera, amidst all the meanness and familiarty of the thoughts, has so...
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Sonorous

So·no'rous adjective [ Latin sonorus , from sonor , -oris , a sound, akin to sonus a sound. See Sound .] 1. Giving sound when struck; resonant; as, sonorous metals. 2. Loud-sounding; giving a clear or loud sound; as, a sonorous voic...
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sonorous

full and loud and deep
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sonorous

full and loud and deep
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sonorous

full and loud and deep
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sonorous

One of the physical properties of a metal, by which sound is produced when a metal is struck. For example, aluminium produces a high pitch sound when struck. Many metals are used to make musical instruments in order to exploit their sonorous properties. Changing the structure of a metal varies the sound produced. In the manufacture of a steel drum,...
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