sonorously
Adverb

sonorously

  1. In a sonorous way.
    • 2018, Anne Perkins, A Dad’s Army-style Brexit looms. ‘Don’t panic!’ in the Guardian.
      Cox’s thing is defending flimsy cases, and as he strode round the platform declaiming sonorously, like Rumpole on a particularly outrageous brief, it was easy to see why they pay him so well.



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