WORD OF THE DAY
Sonorous
SON-er-uhs
Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, early 17th century
1

Capable of producing or giving out a sound

2

Resonant and deep in sound

Examples of Sonorous in a sentence

“The highlight of the hike was the sonorous cave, which produced a ringing echo from the hiker’s shouts.”

“He was selected to give the opening speech thanks to his imposing, sonorous voice.”