Related to Stentorious: Strown, curmudgeon, altercation, hereon, NAGGY


Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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On parade the next morning he was calling the names, and when he came to Montague said, in a stentorious voice, "Private Monteeg!" There was no reply, and again the sergeant called "Private Monteeg, one pace forward!" Still no move.
Barker, the dredge man and evaluator, who has a seat behind us to himself and whose stentorious voice drowns out the sleigh bells.
But Alterman's poem, as stentorious as it might be, and however central its position in the memorial ceremonies associated with the Day of Independence, initiated the modem Israeli exploration of the terrain of war--the waste, the filth, the unadorned, dispirited bodies that tarnish the Silver Platter on which a state is consecrated.