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choral

[ adjective kawr-uhl, kohr-; noun kuh-ral, kaw-, koh-, kawr-uhl, kohr- ]
/ adjective ˈkɔr əl, ˈkoʊr-; noun kəˈræl, kɔ-, koʊ-, ˈkɔr əl, ˈkoʊr- /
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adjective

of a chorus or a choir: She heads our new choral society.
sung by, adapted for, or containing a chorus or a choir.

noun

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Origin of choral

1580–90; <Medieval Latin chorālis, equivalent to chor(us) chorus + -ālis-al1

OTHER WORDS FROM choral

cho·ral·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for choral

choral

adjective (ˈkɔːrəl)

relating to, sung by, or designed for a chorus or choir

noun (kɒˈrɑːl)

a variant spelling of chorale

Derived forms of choral

chorally, adverb
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