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sonorous

 [sah-no´rus, son´ah-rus]
resonant; sounding.

sonorous

(sō-nō′rŭs) [L.]
Giving forth a loud and rounded sound.

sonorous

resonant; sounding.
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Sonorous Entertainment desire is to create a “movement” that would reach to all corners of the Earth.
It might be said that composers seek to discover what sonorous material is capable of, through the rules and customs of composition that they inherit.
The sonorous messages can be the shapes of the letters, the vocal expressions of words, of sentences, the sonorous explanations of these, sounds from the nature, music etc.
Heston combined the athleticism, rugged good looks, and tall (6'3") muscular frame of an action star with a sonorous voice, charisma, and the dramatic skills of a classical stage actor.
With his large, muscular build, well-boned face and sonorous voice, Heston proved the ideal star during the period when Hollywood was filling movie screens with panoramas depicting the religious and historical past, such as Moses in the 10 Commandments and Ben Hur.
In the end, Almasala delivers a musical experience full of possibilities with a very personal sonorous organization.
Fortunately, it was followed by the instantly recognisable and wonderful Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, which saw the Vienna Tonkunstler Orchestra easily moving from the sonorous opening to the more lyrical movements.
Instead I will lay the blame fairly and squarely on, consecutively, wasted and useless attempts at lobbing the crimson orb at a pace best described as pedestrian on the cricket fields of Wales, sonorous and musical overnight snoring and an unseasonal cold.
Arvo Part's spiritual Te Deum mirrored Varone's coalescing and dispersing kinetics with its sonorous climaxes and spacious vacuums.
Ocean Sounds": Bar Harbor lobstermen / know ocean sounds / rolled up form lowly troughs: / sonorous moos of amorous whales / and moans of moonstruck seals.
Jay's sonorous, menacing voice and expressive fast-paced performance so heighten the aura of evil that listeners can easily focus on the action instead of the flaws.
Then he immediately turned to a numbers game of his own: Whatever the eventual death toll from Katrina, he asserted, it would take away the World Trade Center bombing from the right as a propaganda tool in the War on Terror because conservatives would no longer be able to "ritualistically invoke the '3,000 dead' to the same sonorous effect.