Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as choir-master.

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Examples

  • Sheldon Smeeth, educational director of the Y.M.C.A. and choir-leader of the Chatham Road Church.

    Babbit

  • Thus stimulated, Babbitt was reckless when he encountered Sheldon Smeeth, educational director of the Y.M.C.A. and choir-leader of the Chatham Road Church.

    Babbitt

  • Thus stimulated, Babbitt was reckless when he encountered Sheldon Smeeth, educational director of the Y.M.C.A. and choir-leader of the Chatham Road Church.

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  • Smeeth, educational director of the Y.M.C.A. and choir-leader of the

    Babbitt

  • The choir-leader had expected his home-coming to be crowned by a vision very different.

    Fran

  • It was easy enough to distinguish him from the singers who crowded the platform, not only by his baton which proclaimed the choir-leader, but by his resemblance to the picture she had discovered in a New York Sunday Supplement.

    Fran

  • I remember at one church service that the choir-leader was standing in front of the massed choir ostensibly leading the singing, but that

    Acres of Diamonds: our every-day opportunities

  • Mr. Simmons, the choir-leader (whenever he could get there), flushed and seemed about to say something.

    Crowded Out o' Crofield or, The Boy who made his Way

  • I remember at one church service that the choir-leader was standing in front of the massed choir ostensibly leading the singing, but that Conwell himself, standing at the rear of the pulpit platform, with his eyes on his hymn-book, silently swaying a little with the music and unconsciously beating time as he swayed, was just as unconsciously the real leader, for it was he whom the congregation were watching and with him that they were keeping time!

    Acres of Diamonds and His Life and Achievements

  • I remember at one church service that the choir-leader was standing in front of the massed choir ostensibly leading the singing, but that Conwell himself, standing at the rear of the pulpit platform, with his eyes on his hymn-book, silently swaying a little with the music and unconsciously beating time as he swayed, was just as unconsciously the real leader, for it was he whom the congregation were watching and with him that they were keeping time!

    Acres of Diamonds

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