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  • adj. Obsolete form of thunderous.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Thunderous; sonorous.


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  • He was a thundrous orator who could make up seem like down and black seem white.

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  • Their value is great, and it is too bad that the internet is not designed to allow him to hear the thundrous applause as the news of the return of these sites circulates among scholars and all sorts of other people interested in these subjects.

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  • Even with later guitarists on board, they were a powerhouse live band, driven by Budgie's thundrous drum sound and one of the most original and authoritative female figureheads a rock band has ever had.

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  • Prepare thy drawers perchance some foul thing slips, Or thundrous peals from out thy cornhole boom.

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  • He went on for another hour, eventually coming to an end in a thundrous voice that echoed around the chamber.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • The first murder offers a serious challenge to the shower murder in PSYCHO in the dazzling department, and -- thanks to the DD-5.1 capability of DVD -- the thundrous Goblin sountrack can be enjoyed in something very near its original theatrical presentation.

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  • They came like a whirlwind on the third day of our captivity, with a thundrous prelude of artillery that had me craning vainly at the thick wooden bars; the townsfolk scattered in panic to get out of the way as Chinese troops came pouring through the square, horse, foot and guns streaming through to the Pekin road.

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  • Moon as it once was, with volcanoes spitting, and with thundrous sounds in its steamy atmosphere.

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  • Wields lightning, blast him with thy thundrous brand.

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  • From storms of thundrous wrath that o'er him roll?

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