very loud or powerful in sound: a stentorian voice.
- sten·to·ri·an·ly, adverb
- un·sten·to·ri·an, adjective
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How to use stentorian in a sentence
I mean, you know, obviously one sounds terribly sort of stentorian and, you know, I mean… Ultimately, it is what it is, right?
We heard Aaron Kallaberger's stentorian tones as we clattered around the bend.The Soldier of the Valley | Nelson Lloyd
“Ship on the sands, bearing south,” roared Jack Shales at the full pitch of his stentorian voice.The Floating Light of the Goodwin Sands | R.M. Ballantyne
His stentorian voice gradually draws the assembly closer to the front.Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist | Alexander Berkman
Wherever he fought, his great figure and stentorian voice were prominent in the conflict.Historic Fredericksburg | John T. Goolrick
“No,” answered he of the coalheaving profession, in stentorian tones.John Ingerfield and Other Stories | Jerome K. Jerome
British Dictionary definitions for stentorian
(of the voice, etc) uncommonly loud: stentorian tones
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