"We have the honor to salute your highness," he said, sonorously.
“I was wrong, grievously wrong, Captain Shore,” he said sonorously.
Khazib, with a faint salutation of his turban towards the newcomer, went slowly, sonorously on with his tale.
We had a great church bell and it was ringing, loudly, sonorously.
The style and diction are as clear as crystal, as pure as water, and sonorously musical.
The hours went by, sounding slowly, sonorously, and sadly from the cathedral clock.
Haraden stood with watch in hand and sonorously counted off the minutes.
A clock downstairs struck nine and a moment later the town hall clock sounded the hour sonorously.
Morey, successfully keeping a straight face, raised his hand and said sonorously: "That goes double for me, bub."
From the pine forest streamed a wild perfume, the branches swayed together, rhythmically, sonorously.
1610s, from Latin sonorus "resounding," from sonor "sound, noise," from sonare "to sound" (see sonata). Related: Sonorously; sonorousness. Earlier was sonouse (c.1500), from Medieval Latin sonosus; sonourse "having a pleasing voice" (c.1400), from sonor + -y (2).