- of, relating to, or written for a chorus.
Origin of choric
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Examples from the Web for choric
Westphal, R., his examination of the Choric Odes of Æschylus, 163.
Its choric structure is masterly, its spirit is running fire.
Harris has written some choric works for men and women also.
The movement of the stars might be compared to that of a choric ballet.Plotinos: Complete Works, v. 2
So let's join ranks and seal our bargain with a choric song.Lysistrata
- of, like, for, or in the manner of a chorus, esp of singing, dancing, or the speaking of verse
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Word Origin and History for choric
1749, from Latin choricus, from Greek khorikos, from khoros (see chorus).
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