What is another word for sonorous?

211 synonyms found


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Sonorous is an adjective that can be used to describe sounds or voices that are deep, loud, and resonant. There are many other words that can be used synonymously with sonorous, depending on the context. Some of these synonyms include resounding, booming, thunderous, full-bodied, rich, deep-toned, echoing, and reverberant. When describing musical instruments, some other synonymous words can be used like mellifluous, euphonious, harmonious, and melodious. In literature, the word sonorous can be replaced with evocative, powerful, or expressive. Regardless of which word is used, they all share the same intention of describing a sound or voice that carries a strong and deep resonance.

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How to use "Sonorous" in context?

So what does sonorous mean? According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, sonorous means: producing a pleasing sound or vibration. This then can encompass a wide range of sounds, from the deep throated tones of an animal to the high pitched squeaks of a rat. Interestingly, sound has always been associated with power and control. Whether you're a lion roaring in the wilderness or a businessman discussing deals in a boardroom, sound is a powerful tool for communication. It can also be used to intimidate or instill fear.

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