orotund

[adj] - (of sounds) full and rich
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Orotund

• (a.) Characterized by fullness, clearness, strength, and smoothness; ringing and musical; -- said of the voice or manner of utterance. • (n.) The orotund voice or utterance
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orotund

rotund adjective (of sounds) full and rich; `orotund tones`; `the rotund and reverberating phrase`; `pear-shaped vowels`
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Orotund

O'ro·tund` adjective [ Latin os , oris , the mouth + rotundus round, smooth.] Characterized by fullness, clearness, strength, and smoothness; ringing and musical; -- said of the voice or manner of utterance. -- noun The orotund voice or utterance Rush.
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orotund

full and rich, of sounds
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orotund

full and rich, of sounds
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orotund

marked by fullness and clarity of sound; pompous
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orotund

orotund 1. Pompous and bombastic: orotund talk. 2. Full of sound; sonorous: orotund tones. 3. Etymology: from an alteration of the Latin ore rotundo, with a 'round mouth'; from os, 'mouth' and rotundo, 'round'.
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