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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of chorus.


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  • Honor had a very tender tolerance -- had 'chorussed' themselves hoarse and thirsty; and were receiving the reward of the public-spirited out of long misty tumblers, that fizzed and bubbled.

    The Great Amulet

  • "How can that be, O Bawn?" the women chorussed indignantly.


  • "How'd yeh know?" and, "My, ain't cheh a mind-reader!" the girls chorussed.

    Chapter 6

  • And all the infant paupers might have chorussed the rejoinder with great propriety, if they had heard it.

    Oliver Twist

  • An obliging audience member read it aloud as a question and the four writers chorussed "yes" in answer to that question.

    Even in a little thing

  • To this lamentation, which one or two of the assistants chorussed with


  • To ring the bells of London town "is chorussed by all the company, and then the rollicking dance begins; the feet stamping out a noisy but enjoyable accompaniment to the words," Gay go up, gay go down. "" -- p. 180

    The Annotated "Ramble On Rose"

  • "The children will be disappointed if Cecil goes away," -- which sentiment they eagerly chorussed.

    Bluebell A Novel

  • "So do I," chorussed Eric, jumping up on his legs and shaking himself, to see whether his bones might not have received some damage in the affray.

    Fritz and Eric The Brother Crusoes

  • "Heave away, men!" chorussed the mate, standing over them and lending his voice to their harmonious chant.

    Fritz and Eric The Brother Crusoes


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